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Voter Services-Elections

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LWV vote sign Information concerning La Plata County voter information and services in 2016

Upcoming Meetings

*3/1/15 La Plata County Party Caucus Sessions. Click Democratic Caucus or Republican Caucus for details of Precinct Locations and Caucus Times.
To find out what Precinct you are in:
Click Secretary of State Website

Your Precinct is the LAST 2 Digits in the PRECINCT Field under DISTRICT INFORMATION section, not Durango City Precinct.

*3/5/16 LWVLPC: LEGISLATIVE LOWDOWN, 9AM - 10:30AM, Durango Rec Center, Eolus & Sunlight Rooms, 2700 Main Ave., Durango, CO

Our annual review of the current Legislative Session from Sen. Ellen Roberts & Representative J. Paul Brown. After introductory comments from our representatives, they will answer written questions from the audience.

Election Results 2016

Upcoming Elections 2016

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.

Where to Vote

Where can I vote in the November 4, 2014 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.

Useful References & Links

*9/10/15 LWVUS: Electing the President, a comprehensive supplement designed to help voters, especially young and first-time voters, understand the presidential election process.

*9/10/15 LWVUS: The Constitutional Amendment Study Guide is now available for Leagues. The Guide includes the Consensus Questions as well as Pro and Con Arguments, background materials and Points of View

Past Events

*2/4/16 LWVLPC: HOW TO CAUCUS & NATIONAL PROGRAM PLANNING, 11:30AM - 1:30PM, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Bowman Hall, 419 San Juan Drive, Durango, CO.
A soup lunch will be served, starting at 11:30., and a discussion, with Q&A's, led by a bi-partisan team who will explain how the Colorado caucus system works. After this program, we will have a membership only meeting to go over National League Programs and any suggestions we have for them.