El Paso County Elections Department | Angie Leath, Director of Elections
Office of the clerk & Recorder, Chuck broerman
Numbers include Active & Inactive Voters
|Political Party||Registered Voters||%||Party Designation|
|American Constitution Party||2,015||0.44%||Minor Party|
|Colorado Democratic Party||96,279||21.20%||Major Party|
|Colorado Republican Party||178,153||39.23%||Major Party|
|Green Party of Colorado||1,423||0.31%||Minor Party|
|Libertarian Party of Colorado||6,758||1.49%||Minor Party|
|Unity Party of Colorado||151||.03%||Minor Party|
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Registered voters as of Jan 8, 2018 - 454,100 | 375,149 Active Voters
Colorado transitioned to a hybrid voting model in 2013 - we're mostly mail, and a little polling place. Learn more!
The two major political parties, Republican and Democratic, will conduct party precinct caucuses on March 6. Voters who affiliated with the Republican or Democratic party by January 8 may participate in their party caucus.
The precinct caucuses are organized by each political party as part of their internal party functions. For information, please contact your political party: El Paso County Democratic Party: 719-473-8713 https://peakdems.org/
El Paso County Republican Party: 719-578-0022 http://gopelpaso.com/
A reminder that February 5 is the deadline for voters to update their address in order to attend the caucus.
Learn about our work to make voting more accessible to all voters throughout the County.
Got a CORA request? Contact Mary Bartelson at (719) 520-6278 or email@example.com
View our precinct and district maps, and learn how you can order voting data for El Paso County.