2019 Coordinated Election
- Summit County Results
- Statewide Results
- Important Dates
- How to Cast Your Vote
- Peak 7 LID
- Sample Ballots & Notices
- Register/Update Your Record
- Notice of Election
Results will not be published until after 7:00pm by Law.
2019 Summit County Coordinated Election Results will be posted here.
If the above hyperlink doesn't work for you, simply copy and paste this URL into your Internet Browser: https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/CO/Summit/97203/
Results will not be published until after 7:00pm by Law.
2019 State of Colorado Coordinated Election Results will be posted here.
If the above hyperlink doesn't work for you, simply copy and paste this URL into your Internet Browser: https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/CO/97143/
IMPORTANT DATES - 2019 COORDINATED ELECTION IN SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO
Skip the Lines! Vote Early & Vote by Mail
There are many ways to return your Mail Ballot. Once you've voted, placed your ballot into the secrecy sleeve that is provided to you within your ballot packet, seal the secrecy sleeve (that now contains the voted ballot) inside the return envelope. Then sign the back of your return envelope and you're ready to return your ballot.
- Affix postage to return envelope and place your ballot in the mail
- Drop off your ballot at any Summit County 24-hour ballot drop box (5 locations in Summit County, listed below)
- Drop off your ballot at the Old County Courthouse in Breckenridge during business hours prior to and on Election Day
- Drop off your ballot to any Summit County VSPC on Election Day from 7:00am-7:00pm
24-HOUR BALLOT DROP BOXES
24-hour Ballot Drop Boxes will be opened the week of October 14, 2019 and closed at 7:00PM on Election Day (Tuesday, November 5, 2019)
- SILVERTHORNE: Summit County North Branch Library: 651 Center Circle
- FRISCO: Summit County Commons: 0037 Peak One Drive
- FRISCO: Town Hall: 1 Main Street
- BRECKENRIDGE: Summit County Historic Courthouse: 208 East Lincoln Avenue
- DILLON: Town Hall: 275 Lake Dillon Drive
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE BALLOT DROP-OFF
Clerk & Recorder's Office | Old County Courthouse - Main Floor located at 208 East Lincoln Avenue Breckenridge, CO 80424
Week of October 28, 2019 through Election Day (Tuesday, November 5, 2019)
8:00am - 5:00pm (regular business hours)
VOTER SERVICE POLLING CENTER ELECTION DAY DROP OFF
Didn't get to the Post Office or one of the 24-hour drop boxes? Absolutely must have that "I Voted" sticker to wear all day? We On Election Day, swing by whichever Summit County Voter Service Polling Center is convenient for you with your Summit County ballot. VSPCs are open between 7:00AM and 7:00PM on Election Day.
EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING
Didn't receive your Mail Ballot? New to Colorado? You can register to vote, update an existing voter record and cast your vote at a Voter Service Polling Center before Election Day. Note: you do not need to vote at the nearest polling center to your residence, but voters are required to vote within the COUNTY they reside in. The only location available for Early Voting is the Breckenridge VSPC, located at the Old County Courthouse - Top Floor, at 208 East Lincoln Avenue Breckenridge, CO 80424.
The Early Voting Voter Service Polling Center in Breckenridge will be open the following dates/times:
- Monday, October 28 through Friday, November 1, 2019 8:00am-5:00pm
- Monday, November 4, 2019 between 8:00am-5:00pm
- Saturday Early Voting Day: November 2 8:00am-12:00pm (4 hours)
- Early voting is not available Sundays
ELECTION DAY IN-PERSON VOTING
Didn't receive your Mail Ballot?
Register to Vote, Update an Existing Voter Record, and Vote on Election Day at the below listed Voter Service Polling Center locations in Summit County. Note: you do not need to vote at the nearest polling center to your residence, but voters are required to vote within the COUNTY they reside in.
Election Day for the 2019 Coordinated is Tuesday, November 5, 2019
Summit County Voter Service Polling Centers (3) will be open from 7:00am to 7:00pm on Election Day
Voter Service Polling Center (VSPC) Locations open on Election Day:
BRECKENRIDGE: OLD COUNTY COURTHOUSE
208 EAST LINCOLN AVENUE
FRISCO: COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER
83 NANCY'S PLACE
SILVERTHORNE: SILVERTHORNE PAVILION
400 BLUE RIVER PARKWAY
For Information from the Summit County Engineering Department regarding the Peak 7 Local Improvement District (LID), click here. The County Clerk & Recorder's Elections Division can only answer questions regarding voting and ballots for the Peak 7 LID. Questions regarding the LID itself should be directed to the County Engineering Department.
For an all-encompassing list of Important Dates surrounding the 2019 Coordinated Election happening on November 5, 2019 - please click on the "Important Dates" tab. Election Day for the 2019 Coordinated Election is: Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Ballots must be in the possession of the County Clerk's Office by 7:00 pm Election Day to be counted.
Summit County Referred Measure 1C will contain the Peak 7 LID Debt Authorization question, and will appear on the ballot for the 2019 Summit County Coordinated Election (as certified by the Summit County Board of Commissioners at their meeting on August 27, 2019) as follows:
SUMMIT COUNTY REFERRED MEASURE 1C
SUMMIT COUNTY LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2019-01
(PEAK 7) DEBT AUTHORIZATION
SHALL SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO, DEBT BE INCREASED $6,660,000 BY THE ISSUANCE OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING CERTAIN ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN SUMMIT COUNTY LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2019-01 (“PEAK 7”), AND TO BE PAYABLE SOLELY FROM SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS TO BE LEVIED AGAINST PROPERTY WITHIN SUCH DISTRICT RECEIVING THE SPECIAL BENEFITS OF SUCH IMPROVEMENTS?
Who can vote on Summit County Referred Measure 1C?
2.7(a) “Elector of the district” means a person who, at the designated time or event, is registered to vote in accordance with the “Uniform Election Code of 1992”, articles 1 to 13 of title 1, C.R.S., and
(I) Who is a resident of the district or area to be included in the district’ or
(II) Who or whose spouse or civil union partner own taxable real or personal property within the district or the area to be included in the district whether or not said person resides within the district.
(b) Where the owner of taxable real or personal property specified in subparagraph (II) of Paragraph (a) of this subsection (2.7) is not a natural person, an “elector of the district” shall include a natural person designated by such owner to vote for such person. Such designation shall be in writing and filed with the county clerk and recorder. Only one such person may be designated by an owner.
From County Clerk & Recorder Neel:
Eligible voters are categorized as follows:
- Electors who are registered to vote in the district
- Property owners who own the property as a natural person and are registered to vote in the State of Colorado
- Non natural person (LLC, Trusts, Partnerships etc.) may designate a natural person who is registered to vote in the State of Colorado.
Informational letters were sent to property owners who reside in Colorado and properties owned by a non-natural person on September 12, 2019.
Please go to www.govotecolorado.com to verify and confirm your voter registration address. Your Colorado voter registration address must match the address on your Self-Affirming Oath or Affirmation of Elector or you will not receive a ballot.
Peak 7 LID Voting & Ballots Contact: Kathleen Neel | Clerk & Recorder | Summit County Government | Phone: (970) 453-3471 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sample Ballot Style: 1SC (For eligible electors in Summit County outside of the West Grand School District - #1Jt. and outside of the Peak 7 Local Improvement District)
Sample Ballot Style: 2WG (For eligible electors in Summit County in the West Grand School District - #1Jt.)
Sample Ballot Style: 3PK7 (For eligible electors registered to vote in Summit County in the Peak 7 Local Improvement District)
Sample Ballot Style: Peak 7_LID (For eligible elector property owners in the Peak 7 Local Improvement District)
In May of 2019, the Colorado Secretary of State announced the following content for the 2019 Coordinated Election ballot, available online here.
Blue Books (State of Colorado Content)
Blue Books are mailed to all households in Colorado tied to a Registered Voter. They do not contain County and Local content, only Statewide ballot content.
TABOR Notice (Summit County TABOR Content)
TABOR Notices are mailed out the first week of October to all households tied to a Registered Voter in Summit County. They contain County and Local content that falls under TABOR.
REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE THROUGH THE COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE
Register to vote -or- view or update your existing record online: Secretary of State's website.
In order to register to vote, you must be:
- United States Citizen
- 18 years or older on or before election day
- Completed and signed form (form not required if Registering online at www.GoVoteColorado.com)
- Colorado resident for at least 22 days before the election
- Furnish an acceptable form of identification