2022 Elections - Be a voter!

Your ballot must be received by 7 pm on Election Day: Tuesday, November 8.

(See below for recommendations on the ballot initiatives.)

Voting Process

Ballots were mailed out beginning October 17. If you did not receive your ballot, call Garfield County Elections at 970-384-3700, option #2

Register to vote here.

For info on how to return your ballot or vote in person click here .

If you need a new ballot for any reason or if you have additional questions, you can contact Garfield County Elections at 970-384-3700, option #2

Sign up to track your ballot’s progress online with BallotTrax. The service allows voters to receive either a text, email or phone call notification when your ballot is mailed, received, and accepted into the election’s count.

The Colorado Election Protection Hotline is available to answer your questions or respond to problems:

English 866-687-8683 — Español: 888-839-8682

Democratic candidates

Every elected position is so important! Please vote for them all. Here's more info on our Democratic candidates.

Why the Garfield County Commissioner race is critical.

Statewide Ballot Initiatives

For summaries and recommendations regarding these ballot measures, we recommend this Ballot Guide from the Bell Policy Center.

Here's a quick list of voting recommendations from the Colorado Democrats:

YES on Amendment D - New 23rd Judicial District Judges

YES on Amendment E - Extend Homestead Exemption to Gold Star Spouses

YES on Proposition FF - Healthy School Meals for All

YES on Proposition GG - Add Tax Information Table to Ballot and Petitions

NO on Proposition 121 - State Income Tax Rate Reduction

YES on Proposition 123 - Dedicate Revenue for Affordable Housing Programs

Here are additional recommendations from the Garfield County Democrats on statewide measures:

NO on Proposition 124 - Retail Liquor Store Licenses Initiative

NO on Proposition 125 - Allow Grocery and Convenience Stores to Sell Wine

NO on Proposition 126 - Third Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages

Local Ballot Initiatives

Garfield County Democrats' recommendations on local ballot initiatives:

  • Glenwood Springs: Yes on 2C to support Glenwood Spring's workforce.
  • Carbondale: Yes on 2A to raise funds for affordable housing.
  • Silt: Yes on 2B to change town elections to November, when most people vote.


We have not endorsed a YES or NO vote on any of the judges, but you can find information regarding the judges on your ballot here: Colorado 2022 Judicial Performance Evaluations

Register to Vote

Registering to vote in Colorado is a quick, online process! You can also change your voting address or check your registration status at this site.

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PO Box 2637
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602

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Registered Agent: Donna Yost
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