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Election Information

The Clerk's office is responsible for accurately administering primary, general, and coordinated elections. We provide election assistance to municipalities, school districts and special districts; and are responsible for all voter registration functions including registering citizens to vote, making changes to voter registrations, and accepting requests for mail ballots.

ALL Voters must provide an acceptable form of IDENTIFICATION

Please utilize the links on the left side of the page to learn more about the following election services:

  • VOTER INFORMATION
    • Registering to vote            
    • Early voting
    • VSPC and Ballot drop-off locations and hours
  • ABSENTEE/MAIL-IN VOTING
    • FAQ's           
  • MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS
    • Military and overseas voter information
  • REGISTERING TO VOTE
    • Register to vote for the first time
    • Verify/change current voter registration information
  • ELECTION RESULTS
    • View the current election result   
  • SAMPLE BALLOTS
    • View sample ballots - you may not download and print these ballots. They are for information only.


2014 General Election Voter Service and Polling Center:

Mail ballots will be sent to each active voter at the address on file in the Clerk and Recorder’s office on Tuesday, October 14, 2014.

Voters may receive a replacement ballot beginning October 14, 2014, by visiting the Clerk and Recorders office located at 208 E. Lincoln Avenue, Breckenridge.


Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC)

Summit County citizens may visit the 2014 General Election Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC)

Early Voting

Early Voting is available October 20 to November 3, 2014
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM 

Old Summit County Courthouse   
208 E. Lincoln                            
Breckenridge, CO 80424             


Election Day Voting, November 4

On election day, you may drop off your mail-in ballot, vote on electronic voting machines or vote by paper ballot at one of Summit County’s convenient VSPC's from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM:

Summit County Old Courthouse
208 E. Lincoln Avenue
Breckenridge, CO  80424

Buffalo Mountain Room
County Commons
0037 Peak One Drive
Frisco CO  80443

Silverthorne Pavilion
400 Blue River Pkwy
Silverthorne CO  80498

Ballot Drop Off Only
You may drop off your ballots at the following locations:

Dillon Town Hall
275 Lake Dillon Drive

Silverthorne Town Hall
601 Center Circle

Frisco Town Hall
1 Main Street

Dates and hours for ballot drop off:

October 14 to November 3
Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Saturday October 25 and Saturday November 1
8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Election Day
November 4

7:00 am to 7:00 pm




House Bill 13-1303 – Voter Access & Modernized Elections

ü 
Changes the voter registration deadline – It moves the deadline from 29 days to 22 days before the election.  After the deadline, voters may still register on-line through 8 days before the election and in-person at the County Clerk’s offices or Voter Polling Service Center through Election Day.

ü  Eliminates the confusing “Inactive-Failed to Vote” category.  Inactive-Failed to Vote voters are now “Active”. 

ü  Establishes mail ballot delivery for all elections while maintain all choices.  All active voters will be mailed a ballot.  Voters can choose to mail their ballot; drop their ballot off at any drop location or vote in-person at a Voter Service Polling Center.

ü  Improves election integrity by using a “live” poll book.  Every polling place will be able to track each voter giving our state unprecedented security.    


Tina Allen
Email

208 E. Lincoln
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Ph: (970) 453-3479
Fx: (970) 453-3540

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm