Government

Mailing in Your Ballots? Postal Service Offers up Helpful Advice

Election 2016

Ballots must be received by election officials by November 8 to count

The 2016 General Election is underway with ballots arriving in mailboxes across Colorado this week.

There are a number of ways to return your ballot including drop-off boxes and in-person at County clerk offices.

A convenient option for ballot return is to mail it back using the provided preaddressed envelope. This method is safe, secure and effective.

All completed ballots require postage, and in some instances extra postage because of the weight.

USPS Urges Voters to Watch for Ballots in the Mail

Election 2016

Ballots must be received by election officials by November 8 to count

The United States Postal Service is alerting all registered voters to watch their mailboxes this week for mail-in ballots for the 2016 General Election.

This week, election officials began the process of depositing some of the more than three million ballots destined for Colorado registered voters. 

Kiowa County Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes – September 15

Kiowa County Courthouse

The Regular Kiowa County Commissioner's Meeting was called to order by Chairman, Richard Scott on September 15, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. Commissioner Oswald opened the meeting with prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance. Those in Attendance:

                                      Richard Scott, Chairman of the Board

Kiowa County Recorder's Notes – Election Information

Election 2016

By Delisa Weeks

Kiowa County Clerk and Recorder

ELECTION NEWS:

What will be on the November 8, 2016 Presidential General Mail Ballot?

Presidential Candidates

United States Senator Candidates

Representative to the 15th United States Congress- District 4 Candidates

Regent to the University of Colorado at Large Candidates

Regent of the University of Colorado Congressional District 4 Candidates

State Senator District 35 Candidates

State Representative District 64