IT IS TOO LATE TO MAIL YOUR BALLOT. PLEASE DROP THEM OFF AT A DROP BOX OR VOTE IN PERSON. SEE LOCATIONS BELOW.
Planning to Vote in Person?
As of Friday morning, October 30, only 62.4% of Elbert County Republicans have had ballots processed and counted. Statewide, the ballot return gap between Republicans and Democrats is tightening, but there is still a huge deficit. Every Republican vote in Elbert County is needed to offset the Democrat advantage in Denver, Boulder, etc.
We recommend that you vote in person THIS WEEK and not wait for Election Day. There can always be bad weather on Election Day (why take the chance of fighting a blizzard).
Please get your vote in as soon as possible and don't take the chance that something will prevent you from voting on Election Day!
Visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov to look up your registration and/or to register to vote up to election day.
Get Your Trump 2020 Yard Sign & Bumper Sticker @ These Fine Locations:
Bino’s Pizza, Kiowa (303) 621-1005
FastSigns, 18921 Plaza Dr. #102, Parker, (303) 841-3278
Hitch N Post Hay, CR 13, Elizabeth (303) 646-7681
Integrity Auto Repair, Inc., Kiowa (303) 621-2845
Isabel’s Coffee, 796 E Kiowa, Elizabeth (720) 379-4145
Landmark Realty, 422 Comanche St., Kiowa (303) 646-1171
Pioneer Auto Glass, 33988 Red Hawk Cir., Elizabeth (720) 644-1404
Stayin Fit & Lovin It!, CR 13, Elizabeth (303) 646-3061
Kiowa Bar, Highway 86, Kiowa
Billy’s Burgers 401 Caribou Street, Simla, CO 80835 (719) 541-0543
Elizabeth Business Center, Safeway Shopping Center, Elizabeth, (303) 646-1234
Trump yard signs are free.
We are always happy to accept donations to help us in our efforts to re-elect our President and get out the vote.
Questions or to be added as a pick up spot: Contact Bob Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recommend that you drop your ballots off at a local Elbert County Drop Box rather than mailing them or vote in person at the Samuel Elbert Building in Kiowa. You can vote in person on Election Day at Spring Valley Golf Club and at the Elizabeth Town Hall, from 7am - 7pm. We highly recommend you vote in person prior to Election Day for several reasons: weather in Colorado is always a risk, the Governor is imposing more and more Covid restrictions and you will likely find very long lines.
We feel it is now TOO LATE TO MAIL YOUR BALLOT!
If you do not receive your ballot, go to the Elbert County Elections Office, 440 Comanche Street, Kiowa and let them know. They can help you.
See Drop Box and in-person voting locations and times below.
Attached is a map of the Ballot Drop Box locations. They are open October 12 through November 3, 7:00pm. All ballots must be received by 7:00pm on November 3. A new drop box has been added at the Singing Hills Fire Station. For the exact location of the drop box at each location, visit the Elbert County Elections website here.
In-Person Voting Locations and Times
For general election information from the Elbert County Elections Office, click here.
2020 Colorado Ballot Measures
Judge Recommendations are at the bottom of this page just below our Candidate Recommendations
Family Leave (Prop 118): Click here to learn of some major concerns regarding this CO initiative.
Vote No on National Popular Vote (Prop 113): Click here to read how Dave Kopel finds it violates the state Constitution.
For complete guidance on the ballot measures, read either of the following:
Kiowa Board of Trustees Election:
Tim Chambers - Republican
Theresa Howard - Unaffiliated
Carey Kalisch - Unaffiliated
Jason McMillan - Republican
Jonathon Shafer - Republican
These recommendations were given to us by a conservative source based on "Could we do better". This is the criteria we have to use with the past and current Democratic Governors who appoint these judges -- more reason we need a Republican Governor in 2022!)
Honorable Melissa Hart - NO
Honorable Carlos A. Samour, Jr. - YES
Court of Appeals
Honorable Ted C. Tow, III - YES
Honorable Craig R. Welling - NO
Elbert County District Judges
Honorable Michelle Ann Amico - YES
Honorable Andrew Baum - NO
Honorable Cynthia Dianne Mares - NEUTRAL
Honorable John E. Scipione - YES
Honorable Theresa Michelle Slade - YES
Honorable Darren L. Vahle - YES
Honorable Elizabeth BeeBe Volz - YES
VOTER REGISTRATION: Visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov to register to vote up to election day. Find your existing registration, make changes, download forms, view the status of your ballot, & more. Do you want to register to vote, but don't yet have your Driver's License? You can use your Social Security number to register to vote. When you turn your ballot in, you will need some proof of residence.
BALLOT PICK-UP: If you cannot deliver your ballot in person, Ron Turner, a member of the EC Republican Central Committee can be contacted to arrange a pick-up. Colorado law allows for any one person to hand deliver ballots from nine other voters plus their own for a total of 10. Its commonly referred to as “ballot harvesting” but the 10 limit is legal in Colorado.
Please check with any of your neighbors, friends and relatives who might need your help with this.
Ron can be contacted at (303) 840-2038 or at email@example.com.
I Vote Catholic, by Dan Baca. Dan Baca, a longtime Elbert County resident and a Republican of Hispanic heritage, has developed an article entitled “I Vote Catholic.” The article explains why Dan is voting for Donald Trump for President. (Link to article.)
YOUR ELBERT COUNTY REPUBLICANS ARE HERE TO HELP!
Tom Peterson, Chairman, firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 229-6710
Bob Lewis, Vice Chairman, email@example.com, (303) 809-9725
Carol Hinds, Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 358-7993
Our Purpose: Our County is an extraordinary place to live and work and we strive to maintain its unique western character of personal freedom, self-reliance and community. We support limited, fiscally responsible government that adheres to the Constitution, protects individual and property rights, promotes lower taxes, free enterprise, personal freedom and responsibility.
Our Mission: To nurture Republican candidates and support their election to office through:
- Increasing Party Unity
- Promoting Party Values and Attracting Unaffiliated Voters
- Supporting Effective Party Leadership at All Levels
- Identifying & Encouraging Future Republican Candidates
- Fund Raising
- Providing Assistance to Candidates
- Improving Internal and Outreach Communications.
Click Here >> Central Committee Members and Contact Information
Click Here >> Elbert County Republican Party Bylaws (Current - Dec 6, 2017)
Click Here >> Elbert County Republican Party Platform (Current - Aug 7, 2019)
Click Here >> Colorado Republican Party
Click Here >> Republican Platform 2016
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Click Here >> Elbert County Precinct Map
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Republicans Invite President Trump to Elbert County - dated 9/5/2017 (Read More)
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