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important 2024 election dates for eagle county

 

primary elections have concluded

Colorado voters have selected their Presidential, statewide, and local candidates to appear on the November General Election ballot, in two separate primaries:

A Presidential Primary Election was held on Tuesday, March 5th.

Colorado’s voters gave Joe Biden all its 72 Democratic delegates; Donald Trump and Nikki Haley earned 24 and 12 Republican delegates, respectively. The Presidential nominees will be officially named at the Republican National Convention July 15th - July 18th and at the Democratic National Convention August 19th - August 22nd.

A statewide and local Primary Election was held on Tuesday, June 25th.
Eagle County voters chose the following candidates to appear on the November General Election ballot:

Representative to US Congress, District 2 = Joe Neguse (D); Marshall Dawson (R)

Representative to US Congress, District 3 = Adam Frisch (D); Russ Andrews (R)

State Board of Education, Congressional District 2 = Kathy Gebhardt (D)

State Board of Education, Congressional District 3 = Ellen Angeles (D); Sherri M Wright (R)


Regent of the University of Colorado, At-Large = Elliott Hood (D); Eric Rinard (R)

Regent of the University of Colorado, Congressional District 3 = Robert B. Logan (D); Ray Scott (R)


Colorado State Senator, District 5 = Cole Buerger (D); Marc Catlin (R)

Colorado State Representative, District 26 = Meghan Lukens (D); Nathan Butler (R)


Colorado State Representative, District 57 = Elizabeth Velasco (D); Caleb Waller (R)

Judicial District 5, District Attorney = Heidi McCollum (D)

Eagle County Commissioner, District 1 = Matt Scherr (D); Gregg Cooper (R)

Eagle County Commissioner, District 2 = Tom Boyd (D)

 

Now, it’s on to the November General Election…

 

OCTOBER

Monday, October 14  – First day that mail ballots for the 2024 General Election may be mailed to voters.

 

Monday, October 21 – Vote Centers open for the November 5 General Election.

 

NOVEMBER

Tuesday, November 5 – General Election Day. Vote Centers open 7:00 am - 7:00 pm. In-person same-day voter registration available. Ballots due by 7:00 pm, no exceptions.

Questions? Contact the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder’s office at 970.328.8715 or eaglecounty.us/clerkandrecorder/votingandelections.

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