Unofficial results will be posted at the Jefferson County website after polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

 All ballots have been counted and included in the current results. The Jefferson County Clerk’s office will conduct a post-election audit on Monday, November 18, and anticipate that the results will be certified on Monday, November 25, after their canvass has been completed.

Election 2019 includes a full slate of candidates for City Council with Districts II and III Davis and Pond stepping down due to term limits, and Districts I and IV Council members Kueter and Mathews running for reelection. The City Clerk is also term limited and the City Treasurer is running unopposed for reelection.

There is one Wheat Ridge ballot initiative for 2019:

Ballot Question 2E on the Rezoning of 4000-4066 Upham (posted in the Office of the City Clerk on the City's website Sept. 25, 2019)
Shall Ordinance 1667, Series 2019, an ordinance rezoning real property at 4000-4066 Upham Street, City of Wheat Ridge, from Residential-Three (R-3) to Planned Residential Development (PRD) with an Outline Development Plan (ODP) allowing for 38 townhome units in nine buildings, go into effect?
___ Yes/For
___ No/Against

At the August 25, 2019, City Council meeting, the Council acted on a referendum petition that was submitted by Wheat Ridge residents whether to rezone the property at 400-4066 Upham. City Council referred the ballot question for a vote of the people in the election on November 5, 2019.

Subsequently, on August 29, 2019, a complaint was filed in Jefferson County District Court (Case NO. 2019 CV 31333) challenging the petition and its inclusion on the 2019 ballot. The judge recently ruled in the case determining that the petition is valid and therefore the issue will be decided by the voters.

For more information on the Candidates:
Watch the Election Forum hosted by the Wheat Ridge Chamber

State of Colorado Presidential Primary Date: March 3, 2020

2018 Jefferson County Election Summary Report

Registering to Vote:

The passage of the 2014 Voter Access & Modernized Elections Act allows for Same Day Registration. 

Early Voting and Election Day Service

Registration requirements:

  • Citizen of the United States
  • Has been a resident of the state of Colorado for at least 22 days
  • Is at least 16 years old and understands that they must be 18 years old to be eligible to vote
  • Either provides a valid Colorado Driver's License or Colorado ID card (Issued by the Dept. of revenue) Number OR presents one of the acceptable forms of identification for voting
The last day to register prior to an election is now determined by the method that the voter chooses to submit their registration:

Registering for the first time in Colorado:

Up to 22 days prior to the election [Computation of time CRS 1-1-106(2)]
Up to 8 days prior to the Election In-Person at any time during which registration is permitted including Election Day

Change of Address for voters registered in Colorado:

Up to 8 days prior to the Election
In-Person at any time during which registration is permitted including Election Day


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