||It's Election Day!
Voter Service Polling Centers
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Voters may drop off ballots, change their addresses and receive ballots, register to vote and receive ballots, vote on accessible electronic voting machines, or get a replacement ballot at these service centers.
Garfield County Clerk & Recorders office, 109 8th Street, Room 200,
Garfield County Clerk & Recorders office, 144 East Third Street, Rifle
Department of Health & Human Services, 195 West 14th Street, Rifle
Carbondale Town Hall, 511 Colorado Avenue
Glenwood Springs Community Center, 100 Wulfsohn Road
New Castle Library, 402 West Main Street
Silt Library, 680 Home Avenue
Parachute Library, 244 Grand Valley Way
||To register to vote on Election Day, you must appear in person at the county clerk's office or a Voter Service Polling Center shown above.
Garfield County Courthouse East Entrance
Drop box in front of the courthouse on 8th Street, Glenwood Springs
Drop off a ballot at any Voter Service Polling Center
New voter-friendly system
New this year! Colorado House Bill 13-1303 has changed election law to direct that in every election voters will automatically be mailed their election ballots. The 2013 Coordinated Election ballots will begin to be mailed October 15. The post office cannot forward these ballots, so those who will be temporarily away during that time should contact the clerk's office to provide a correct address to receive their ballots.
Frequently asked questions
What do I do if I make a mistake, damage or lose my ballot?
You may request a replacement ballot by calling 970-384-3700, ext 1770, during regular business hours, M-F 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, or on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. You may also go to any Voter Service and Polling Center to pick up a replacement in person.
How do I know you received my ballot?
To verify that ballot was received by the Elections Office, please call 970-384-370, ext 1770, or visit the SOS website at www.sos.state.co.us.
I've heard that mail ballots are only counted if there are close races. Is that true?
No. All ballots are counted in the same manner. All valid mail ballots are counted in every election in Colorado, regardless of the outcome or closeness of any race.
Are ADA accessible voting machines available?
Yes. ADA accessible voting machines are available for use at any Voter Service and Polling Center.
Residences in town of Carbondale
Carbondale and Rural Fire Protection District
Glenwood Springs Rural Fire Protection District
Residences in city of Glenwood Springs
Gypsum Fire Protection District
Residences in the RE2 School District and Silt Water Conservancy District
Residences in Town of Silt
Residences in Parachute and Debeque area
Residences up Roan Creek area
Residences in New Castle area, south of Silt, Rifle and Rulison who do not live in the Silt Water Conservancy District
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