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Individual Freedom or Government Control - VOTE REPUBLICAN!!
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Presidential Primary Ballots are out!
Your ballot must be received by 7:00pm, March 3, to be counted. You can vote in person at the Elections Office, Samuel Elbert Building in Kiowa.
**MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 IS THE LAST DAY TO SAFELY MAIL YOUR BALLOT. PLEASE USE THE DROP BOXES IN ELIZABETH AND KIOWA AFTER THE 24TH.
24 Hour Ballot Drop Boxes can be found at:
Samuel Elbert Building, 440 Comanche Street, Kiowa
Elizabeth Town Hall, 151 Banner Street, Elizabeth
Let's turn out in BIG NUMBERS for President Trump!
January 2 - Deadline to be affiliated with a party to run as a candidate within that party.
January 18 - Military and overseas ballots are mailed.
January 21 - First day to circulate petitions for those candidates wishing to petition onto the ballot.
February 14 - Last day to affiliate with a party to vote in the Caucus. After February 3rd, Elections Office cannot change the records (SOS is seeking a solution to these non-matching dates).
Those who will be 18 at the time of the General Election (November 3) can vote in the Presidential Primary, Caucus and the June Primary Election.
February 10 - Ballots for the Presidential Primary mailed.
February 24 - Voter Service Station opens (in person voting) at the Samuel Elbert Building (Elections Office) in Kiowa.
March 3 - Presidential Primary - In person voting at Elections Dept (Samuel Elbert Building); Drop Boxes at the Elizabeth Town Hall, 226 Banner Street, Elizabeth and the Samuel Elbert Building (in drive-through and inside), Kiowa.
March 7 - Caucus (See our Upcoming Events Page for time and locations).
March 28 - County Assembly (See our Upcoming Events Page).
April 17 - Multi-County Assemblies (See our Upcoming Events Page).
April 18 - State Assembly - (See our Upcoming Events Page).
November 3 - General Election.
IMPORTANT 2020 ELECTION INFORMATION FOR THOSE WITH P.O. BOXES:
During the 2019 Colorado Legislative session, the Democrats passed the Omnibus Bill. This bill started automatic voter registration at the Department of Revenue, but there were also negative consequences that affect voters with Post Office Boxes.
If you have a P.O. Box and you’ve renewed your driver’s license in the last 12 months, it will revert your mailing address to your mailing address on your driver’s license – NOT your Post Office Box - so you will NOT receive your ballot as it will be sent to your driver’s license address and then returned as undeliverable.
You need to check your voter registration online at https://www.sos.state.co.us/…/p…/pub/olvr/findVoterReg.xhtml to change it back to the correct address so you will receive your ballot.
Please be sure and check your voter registration. The presidential primary is March 3rd. Ballots go out February 10. If you don't receive your ballot, be sure to check your address at the Secretary of State's Office or go into the Election's Office and get a new ballot.