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Upcoming Elections 2018

County recorder logo *Click 2018 election information supplied by the La Plata County Clerk & Recorder Tiffany Parker
Included are the following:
  • *2018 Election Calendar
  • *2018 General Election FAQs
  • *2018 General Election Sample Ballots - The sample ballots reflect all races and measures included in the 2018 General Election. Ballot style is determined by a voters residency so all issues may not be included on a ballot. If you have additional questions please contact us at 970-382-6296.
  • *2018 General Election Logic and Accuracy Test Public Notice
  • *2018 Statewide Blue Book
  • *2018 Local TABOR Notice

LWVCO *Sept 30, 2018: To read the LWV Colorado 2018 Ballot issues and explanations please click the following:


Upcoming Forums - Meetings

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*Tuesday, October 16, 5:30PM - Statewide Ballot Issues Forum -Student Presentations, Fort Lewis College, Center of Southwest Studies, Lyceum - Room 120. (Adjacent to the Community Concert Hall).
LWV of La Plata is partnering with the FLC Political Science Department to present these Candidates and Issues forums on Oct 9 and 16. Both sessions are open to local attendance.

Please join us for our final election event TONIGHT. Video presentations by Students joined by League Panel for Q&A.

Voter Registration

Vote411.org Find personalized voting, ballot and polling place information.
a project of the League of Women Voters.

*Are you registered to vote? First, check your Colorado Voter registration status. This reference will also let you active your registration status, determine your voting precinct and/or change your voting information. Just click on the appropriate icon and enter your voter information.

*Do you want to change your party, your address, your name? You may also register or change your registration at My Voter Information

*If you prefer to register by mail in Colorado, click CO Secretary of State registration and click on register to vote. Print the form and submit it by mail to the County Clerk for the county of your residence.

General Election Information - 2018

*Click 2018 election information supplied by the La Plata County Clerk & Recorder Tiffany Parker
Included are the following:
  • *2018 Election Calendar
  • *2018 General Election FAQs
  • *2018 General Election Sample Ballots - The sample ballots reflect all races and measures included in the 2018 General Election. Ballot style is determined by a voters residency so all issues may not be included on a ballot. If you have additional questions please contact us at 970-382-6296.
  • *2018 General Election Logic and Accuracy Test Public Notice
  • *2018 Statewide Blue Book
  • *2018 Local TABOR Notice

* The 2018 State Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) has arrived via the mail. It contains Summary and Analysis, Arguments For and Against and Estimate of Fiscal Impact for each of the 13 Amendments and Propositions included in the November 6, 2018 Colorado Ballots. Also included are Recommendations on retention of Judges.
Click BLUEBOOK to read this information on-line.

Where to Vote

Where can I vote in the June 28 La Plata County Primary election?
Registered Colorado voters receive ballots in the mail. Voters may choose to vote in person at any polling station or voter service center if they prefer to vote in person. Colorado voters may also mail in their ballots before Election Day. Unregistered voters may still register to vote and a cast a ballot at the same time during the early in-person voting period or on Election Day. Contact your County Election Office for questions about this process.

LWVCO Advocacy

*Sept 30, 2018: To read the LWV Colorado 2018 Ballot issues and explanations please click the following:

*Sept 20, 2018, 2018 LWVCO Ballot Positions:
To all Colorado League Members,
Here are the ballot issue positions adopted by the LWVCO Board of Directors at their September 19 board meeting. It contains the major provisions of each ballot issue, and the reasons why the board adopted their positions.

Click 2018 Ballot Positions to read more.

*Sept 21, 2018, Letter from LWVCO President:
To All Colorado League members:
The League of Women Voters of Colorado Board of Directors met Wednesday, September 19 for their regular board meeting. One of the items on the agenda was to decide our positions on the various ballot proposals. As one ballot issue, Amendment 73, Funding for Public Schools, generated considerable discussion and debate, it merits a special explanation.
Click Amendment 73 to read more.