2021 Coordinated Election is Tuesday, November 2
The 2021 Coordinated Election Day is Tuesday, November 2. Sample ballots are listed below and ballots were mailed to active registered voters on October 8.
2021 Coordinated Election
The 2021 Coordinated Election Day is Tuesday, November 2. Voters who do not receive a ballot packet may request replacement ballots in person at the Garfield County Clerk’s offices in Glenwood Springs or Rifle, or by phone (970-384-3700, option 2), fax (970-947-1078) or email.
The last day a ballot may be mailed to a voter is Monday, October 25. After that date, voters must appear in person at a Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC) at the Glenwood Springs Community Center or the Garfield County Administration Building, #D, in Rifle to request a replacement ballot, register to vote, or complete a change of address and receive a ballot. Any voter may surrender their mail ballot and cast their vote on an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-accessible ballot-marking device (BMD) at either of the early voting sites or any of the Election Day-only vote centers.
Ballots can be returned by mail with appropriate postage ($0.58 stamp). Ballots must be received at a 24/7 ballot drop box, a VSPC, or the Garfield County Clerk’s offices by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted. Postmarks do not count. Each VSPC has at least one ADA-accessible ballot-marking device available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
2021 Coordinated Election ballot booklet (Blue Book)
The 2021 Coordinated Election ballot booklet is available online in English, Spanish and as an audio file.
Voter Service and Polling Centers – Open beginning Oct. 25
Glenwood Springs Community Center Garfield County Admin., Bldg. D, in Rifle
100 Wulfsohn Rd. Glenwood Springs 195 W 14th St., Rifle
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The above locations are also open Saturday, Oct. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Voter Service and Polling Centers – Open Election Day, Nov. 2, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Carbondale Town Hall – 511 Colorado Ave.
New Castle Library – 402 W. Main St.
Silt Library – 680 Home Ave.
Parachute Library – 244 Grand Valley Way
Ballot drop-box locations – open 24/7
New Castle Town Hall
450 W. Main Street
New Castle, CO
Silt Town Hall
231 N. 7th Street
Parachute Town Hall
222 Grand Valley Way
Carbondale Town Hall
511 Colorado Ave.
Please note that the town clerks will not accept ballots in their offices. Please use the drop-boxes outside each town hall. Please do not return ballots to utility bill drop-boxes at any of these locations.
2021 Coordinated Election sample ballots
Glenwood Springs (GWS-IN)
Roaring Fork School District (RFSD)
Garfield County School District RE-2 (RE2)
Garfield County School District RE-2/Colorado River Fire District (RE-CRF)
Garfield School District 16 (GARF16)
Garfield School District 16/Colorado River Fire District (GARF16-CRF)
Garfield County (CNTY)
Eagle County School District 50 (RE50J)
School board ballot withdrawals
Roaring Fork School District
Board of Education School
Director – District E
Christopher Becker officially withdrew after the deadline to remove his name from the ballot. Any vote for Christopher Becker will not be reported.
Garfield School District No. RE-2
Candidate for School Board
Director – District A
Jessica Paugh officially with drew after the deadline to remove her name from the ballot. Any vote for Jessica Paugh will not be reported.
2021 secrecy sleeve and TABOR notice
BallotTrax – track your ballot
Colorado voters can again track their ballot’s progress online with BallotTrax. The service allows voters to receive either a text, an email or a phone call notification when their ballot is mailed, received, and accepted into the election’s count.
Colorado Secretary of state news release on BallotTrax
Go Vote Colorado
Voters may view ballot styles, and check when their ballot has been mailed, received, or counted at govotecolorado.gov. Voters should verify their mailing addresses at govotecolorado.gov to ensure ballots are sent to the correct locations. If voters will be traveling and need their ballots sent to a different address, changes to addresses may be done at govotecolorado.gov, or call the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s Office Elections Department at (970) 384-3700, ext. 2.
IT’S YOUR RIGHT TO VOTE. PROTECT IT. VERIFY YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION.
Use the statewide online voter registration system at govotecolorado.gov or; contact the Garfield County Election Division by telephone 970-384-3700, option 2, or fax 970-947-1078.