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The Clerk is the Chief Election Official for the County and is responsible for the conduct of primary, general and some special elections held in the County. This includes registration of voters, publishing notices of elections, appointment of election judges and the printing, distribution, securing and tallying of ballots. The Clerk must consult with the Secretary of State when rendering decisions and interpretations under the Colorado Election Code.
The Clerk also issues marriage licenses and collects a multitude of license fees. The Clerk is responsible for the accounting of all revenues collected from these various functions. The Clerk must serve the people on a daily basis in the performance of these duties, and all other duties listed in article 10 part 4 of the Colorado Revised Statues
Go Vote Colorado
By visiting www.govotecolorado.com you can quickly and easily update your registration, change your address or party affiliation. You can also sign up to get a vote by mail ballot if you haven't already. Voting by mail is easy and lets you avoid waiting in line on Election Day or during Early Voting. After mailing in your ballot you can click on "Verify/Update Record" to check if your ballot has been received by the Clerk.