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Secretary of State (SOS) Voter Lookup is available here or you can utlize the SOS Voter Lookup form.
DEO 101 Classes/Webinars
Use this link to participate in each DEO101 class: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/919319765
GoTo Meeting system check: https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check
* You can also dial in via phone at +1 (646) 749-3112.
Class 1 - Basics
January 23, 9:00AM & January 25, 2:00PM
Class 2 - DOLA resources, e-filing, forms
January 30, 9:00AM & February 1, 2:00PM
Class 3 - Legislative Update with Michael Valdez from SDA, Polling place elections
February 6, 9:00AM & February 8, 2:00PM
Class 4 - TABOR, UOCAVA, & Mail Ballot Elections
February 20, 9:00AM & February 22, 2:00PM
Class 5 - Candidates, Ballot Prep, Cancelled elections, the next two weeks
February 27, 9:00AM & March 1, 2:00PM
Class 6 - My district is having an election! Now what?
March 13, 9:00AM & March 15, 2:00PM
*Special District formation elections are set by court order. An organizational election may be conducted as a polling place in any November if there are Ballot Issues (TABOR) being asked.
The local government services section provides technical assistance in the area of Title 32, Article 1 Special District Elections. All C.R.S. 32-1-101 special districts are required, by state statute, to either conduct or legally cancel their biennial election. Regular special district elections shall be held on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of May in every even-numbered year.
An election manual and calendar is available to assist districts in the conduct of their regular biennial election in May of even years. In addition, the division offers technical support to election officials by hosting electronic election workshops throughout the Spring of even numbered years, beginning in January. These classes are designed to help special districts prepare for their regular biennial election.
Special districts have the option of holding TABOR Issue elections during a state general election, a biennial local district election, or on the first Tuesday in November of odd-numbered years. Districts may either coordinate or hold their own elections in November.
Special districts must file all election results with the division of local government. The division maintains information on each special district, including election results from the district’s organizational, regular, off-year, or special elections.
Division of Local Government
1313 Sherman Street, Room 521
Denver, Colorado 80203