As of the end of the day on 11/2/19: 98,785 ballots have been returned in Jefferson County, including:
Republican: 34,430 ballots
Unaffiliated: 32,214 ballots
Democrat: 31,144 ballots
Minor Party: 997 ballots
For turnout by municipality as of 11/2/19, view this Jefferson County map.
2019 Coordinated Election - Results
Unofficial results will be posted here after polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
Oct. 17, 2019– Clear Creek County Communications, Colo. –Clear Creek County will conduct a coordinated election Nov. 5, with several ballot issues. A mail ballot packet, return envelope and voting instruction sheet was mailed to every eligible voter during the week of Oct. 14th, and voters may return the ballot by mail (you will need proper postage), or hand deliver to Designated Ballot Drop-off locations or the Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC).
Idaho Springs voters will have two City Council positions (Ward I or II) to vote on, and County voters will have three school district director positions on the ballot (Districts A, D & E). State-wide ballot measures include: Proposition CC, and Proposition DD. www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/Initi...t/contacts/2019.html
Designated Ballot Drop-off Locations:
24 Hour, Monitored Ballot Drop-off Locations, October 14 – November 5, 2019
King-Murphy Elementary School, 425 Circle K Ranch Rd., Evergreen
Evergreen Library, 5000 Hwy. 73, Evergreen
Idaho Springs City Hall, 1711 Miner St., Idaho Springs (new box at N.W. corner)
Clear Creek County Courthouse, 405 Argentine St., Georgetown (Box located just outside main entrance).
Voter Service and Polling Center Location (VSPC): County Clerk’s Office, 405 Argentine St., Georgetown
Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Oct. 28-November 5, 2019
Saturday, November 2nd, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Election Day, November 5th, 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
New and replacement ballots
Voter registration and changes
Accessible voting equipment
Ballots must be RECEIVED at the Clear Creek County Elections office (VSPC) or at a Designated Drop-off location by 7:00 pm on Election Day in order for votes to be counted. Postmarks do not count as a received date. You must affix adequate postage.
For more 2019 voting information, visit: www.clearcreekcounty.us/104/Clerk-Recorder .
Park County Election Sample Ballots
Voter Service and Polling Centers
Clerk and Recorder
856 Castello Avenue
Fairplay, CO 80440
Bailey Motor Vehicle Branch Office
59865 Highway 285
Bailey, CO 80421
Platte Canyon Fire Protection District
153 Dellwood Drive
Bailey, CO 80421
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Election Day Only
24-hour secure Drop-Box at all locations
Election 2019: Pyers wins Clear Creek school board seat
With 100 percent of precincts in Clear Creek County reporting, Arthur Caccavale and Jim Clark won the Ward I race for Idaho Springs City Council on Tuesday night.
Three candidates – current council member Tracy Stokes, Caccavale and Clark – were contending for two open spots on the council.
In Ward II, Charles L. Harmon and John Curtis, the current council member, won the two seats open in that district.
Larry Pyers has won the election for the Clear Creek school board, beating Kerry Ann McHugh, who ran as a write-in for the position representing the western end of the county.
In addition, in uncontested races, Sandi Schuessler and Letha Miller both won their seats. Schuessler, who was appointed to the school board in June, represents Dumont and western Idaho Springs, while Miller represents the eastern end of the county.