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