What You Need to Know About the November 2019 Boulder Election

October 23, 2019 in Boulder

With November just around the corner, here’s some key information to know about Boulder’s next election on Nov. 5, 2019.

Important deadlines

Keep an eye on these upcoming dates: 

  • Oct. 14: Ballots mailed to all Boulder County voters (non-overseas voters)
  • Oct. 28: Last day to register and still be mailed a ballot / last day to request a replacement ballot be mailed to you. Note: Colorado DOES NOT have a registration deadline. Eligible voters can register and vote on the same day at any Voter Service Center.
  • Oct. 28: Voter Service Centers open
  • Nov. 5: Coordinated Election Day – last day to vote

Here’s a quick look at what’s on the ballot:

Boulder voters will consider three City of Boulder ballot measures in the November 2019 election, including:

Boulder voters will elect six city council members. Here are the candidates:

  • Aaron Brockett 
  • Andy Celani 
  • Paul Cure 
  • Brian Dolan 
  • Benita Duran 
  • Rachel Friend 
  • Junie Joseph 
  • Corina Julca 
  • Nikki McCord 
  • Mark McIntyre 
  • Gala Wilhelmina Orba 
  • Susan Peterson 
  • Adam Swetlik 
  • Mark Wallach  
  • Bob Yates 

View City Council Candidate Videos to learn more about the 15 candidates running for council.

Visit Boulder County election information for a complete list of countywide ballot measures and other information, including a list of voter service and polling centers. 

Published: Oct. 22, 2019

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