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Recorder's Notes

By Pamela Bacon, Logan County Clerk and Recorder
 
ELECTION ALERTS: Ballots for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election were mailed February 10, 2020 to all active eligible electors.  
 
If you have not received your ballot in the mail by February 21, 2020 contact our office at 970-522-1544 to obtain a replacement ballot or stop by and pick it up.  
 

Recorder's Notes

By Pamela Bacon, Logan County Clerk and Recorder

ELECTION INFORMATION:  Ballots for the March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Election will be mailed this week February 10– February 14, 2020.  The Presidential Primary Election will be conducted as an all-Mail Ballot Election.  The only Voter Service and Polling Center will be the Logan County Clerk & Recorder’s Office 315 Main Street, Suite 3, Sterling, Colorado. 

Recorder's Notes

By Pamela Bacon

Logan County Clerk and Recorder

BIG ELECTION DEADLINE:

AFFILIATED VOTERS:  Monday, February 3, 2020 is the last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw political party affiliation if they wish to vote in a different party’s primary election for the upcoming March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Mail Ballot Election. 

Recorder's Notes

Presidential Scholarship

The Colorado County Clerks Association has established a scholarship fund to aid outstanding Colorado resident seniors in furthering their education, particularly in the field of public service.  The scholarships will be awarded to qualifying seniors on an objective and non-discriminatory basis.  The scholarships will be one-time awards on a regional basis.

Selection will be based upon a completed application, a 3.25 Minimum GPA, participation in extracurricular, community and service activities, and financial need/hardship.

Recorder's Notes

2020 Election information:

2020 Presidential Primary Election will be held Tuesday, March 3, 2020, The State Primary will be held Tuesday, June 30, 2020 and the General Election will be held Tuesday, November 3, 2020.  All elections will be an all-mail ballot delivery.  All voters that are active eligible electors will be mailed a ballot to the address that is listed on voter registration.   

Recorder's Notes

BIG ELECTION DEADLINE:

AFFILIATED VOTERS:  Monday, February 3, 2020 is the last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw political party affiliation if they wish to vote in a different party’s primary election for the upcoming March 3, 2020 Presidential Primary Mail Ballot Election. 

Register or make your corrections on line at www.govotecolorado.com or stop by the Logan County Clerk and Recorder’s Office. 

Recorder's Notes

ELECTION INFORMATION:

What is the difference between a primary and a general election?

  • The State of Colorado holds regularly scheduled state elections every two years; a state Primary Election in June and a General election in November. In presidential election years, the state also holds a presidential primary election in March.

The nominated candidates from each party's June primary ballot will be placed on the November General Election ballot. The winner of the November General Election will hold office.

Recorder's Notes

By Pamela Bacon

Logan County Clerk and Recorder

2020 ELECTION DATES:

January 2, 2020, Tuesday: Last day to affiliate with a major or minor party in order to run as a party candidate in the primary (either through nomination or petition).

January 2, 2020, Tuesday: Last day to register as unaffiliated, in order to be placed in nomination (by petition) as an unaffiliated candidate. 

Recorder's Notes by Pamela Bacon, Logan County Clerk and Recorder

Colorado Presidential Primary March 3, 2020

Election Information:

Colorado is holding its first Presidential Primary since 2000 on March 3, 2020.   Active eligible electors will automatically be mailed a ballot approximately 22 days before the election.  The ballot you receive in the mail is your official election ballot.  

What is a Presidential Primary?  Presidential Primaries are ways political parties select their nominees for President. 

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