The Summit County Clerk & Recorder's Office administers elections in Summit County. For the 2016 General Election, voters can vote by mail or in person. All Summit County registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail prior to Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016. Ballots were mailed out on Thursday, October 20, 2016.
The 2016 Blue Book is the most recent blue book published by the Legislative Council Staff.
The Blue Book is available electronically in English and Spanish.
2016 General Election
The November 8, 2016, Presidential General Election will determine the outcome of our local and statewide ballot issues, as well as local, state and congressional seats.
Colorado is a mail ballot state. All active, registered voters will be mailed a ballot October 20, 2016, to the address on file with the Clerk and Recorders office. You may also visit one of our Voter Service Polling Centers to register to vote in-person, replace a ballot, update your voter record, and vote in person using a paper ballot or a voting machine.
Summit County Clerk & Recorder Kathy Neel provides information on how, when and where to vote.
Notice: Public Logic and Accuracy Test
The Summit County Clerk and Recorder's office will perform a public logic and accuracy test of the voting equipment to be used in the November 8, 2016 General Election. The test will take place on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at 8:30 am in the BOCC meeting room at 208 E Lincoln, Breckenridge, CO. The test is open to the public. For information or questions please call Summit County Elections at 970-453-3479.