Elections

The Choice is Clear Elbert County, the State of Colorado, the United States
Individual Freedom or Government Control - VOTE REPUBLICAN!!  


Click Here >>  CHECK STATUS OF MY VOTER REGISTRATION OR STATUS OF MY BALLOT


Click Here >>  REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE


Click Here >> PLEDGE TO VOTE REPUBLICAN


Click Here >> ROLE OF PARTY OFFICERS IN CONTESTED PRIMARIES


**If you have not yet received your ballot, make sure you are still registered to vote.

We have heard of an Elbert County resident who did not receive his ballot when the rest of his family did. He looked it up and saw he was no longer registered to vote. He does not know why this happened, but he had to re-register.  Visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov to register to vote up to election day.


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 cayuserdt@live.com.


ELECTION 2020


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:


CANDIDATE RECOMMENDATIONS:


Kiowa Board of Trustees Election:



Tim Chambers - Republican

Theresa Howard - Unaffiliated

Carey Kalisch - Unaffiliated

Jason McMillan - Republican

Jonathon Shafer - Republican


2020 Judge Recommendations 

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!)


Supreme Court

  • 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


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.)


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.


 

 

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