Recorder's Notes by Pamela Bacon, Logan County Clerk and Recorder
What will be on the June 26, 2018 Primary Mail Ballot?
- Representative to the 116 United States Congress - District 4
- Secretary of State
- State Treasurer
- Attorney General
- State Board of Education Member Congressional District 4
- Regent of the University of Colorado – At Large
- State Senator- District 1
- State Representative- District 65
- Logan County Commissioner- District 3
- Logan County Clerk and Recorder
- Logan County Treasurer
- Logan County Assessor
- Logan County Sheriff
- Logan County Surveyor
- Logan County Coroner
Is your registration up to date? Is your address correct or did you add a PO Box, had a name change, want to change your party affiliation? If you are not sure about your registration information, contact our office at email@example.com or 522-1544 for assistance. Make your corrections today to ensure you are able to vote for all of the candidates and issues in your area. Check your voter registration information at www.govotecolorado.com .
UNAFFILIATED VOTERS: An unaffiliated voter may cast a ballot for any one political party. If an unaffiliated voter returns a ballot for more than one major political party, the ballot will be rejected and none of the votes will be counted.
- You may choose which party’s ballot you want to get in the mail for the next primary election by selecting a party preference at govotecolorado.com or on any paper voter registration form.
- If you would rather receive a packet containing the ballots of all participating major parties, you can take no action or select this option when first registering to vote.
- You can also appear in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center in your county and choose the party’s ballot you want to vote.
If you have moved you may be inactive. Inactive voters will not have a ballot automatically mailed to them for the June 26, 2018 Primary Election. Ballots are not forwardable to your new residence. The Post Office will send the ballot back to our office as undeliverable. The address would need to be corrected by the voter and then at that time a new ballot will be issued. A little planning upfront would help so that you receive your ballot in a timely manner.
2018 Election Dates: Colorado is an All Mail Ballot Delivery State. Voters will receive their Official Ballot in the mail for ALL Elections.
May 29, 2018, Tuesday: Last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw their affiliation if they wish to vote in a different party’s primary election.
June 4 – June 8, 2018: Ballots for the Primary Election will be mailed to voters this week.
Saturday, June 23, 2018: Logan County Clerk & Recorder’s Office will be open 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for return of mail-in ballots; issue replacement ballots; register to vote; update address; update name; cast a ballot or vote a provisional ballot.
Primary Election Day: Tuesday, June 26, 2018 ballot will be mailed to all active voters.
General Election: Tuesday, November 6, 2018 ballots will be mailed to all active voters registered in Logan County.
BallotTrax is a free service for Logan County Voters that allows you to track the status of your ballot online, as well as receive messages by text, phone or email when your ballot has been sent to you and received by our Elections Division. Logan County voters may sign up at votelogancounty.ballottrax.net
**Logan County Motor Vehicle Office will be doing training for our 35 year technology leap the week of May 21 – 25, 2018 we will close from 1-2 so the remaining staff can take a lunch. Thank you for your patience with us during these training days.
The Election and Recording Department can be reached at 522-1544 for voter and election questions or recording information. The Motor Vehicle Department can be reached at 522-1158 for license plates/renewals or titling a vehicle. You can also reach our office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Like us on Facebook at Logan County Elections/MotorVehicle/Recording or Twitter @LoganClerkCO