The Clerk & Recorder's Office administers elections, voter services, voter registration, mail ballots, voting locations and polling centers.

2018 General Election Information

New Precinct Map

Click here for a brand new Summit County interactive Precinct Map!

Vote By Mail

Colorado is a mail ballot state - voting is easier than ever.  You do not need to make any special arrangements to receive a ballot by mail.  By law, all Active registered Colorado voters receive their ballot by mail no less than 22 days prior to Election Day.


View Summit County AND Colorado Statewide Election results through the Secretary of State's Elections Results Website.  Results are not reported until after 7:00pm the night of Election Day.

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