State Representative Tracy Kraft Tharp has over 30 years of experience in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors and will bring this expertise to her role of County Commissioner. During her tenure she consistently voted in support of environmental protections. Kraft-Tharp is guided by three principles: being accessible, bringing people together to find common ground, and getting things done.
Andy Kerr is a former state representative and senator, he left the legislature after serving 16 years. In this role he was a stalwart champion of conservation issues, both consistently leading on and voting for strong conservation policies. Kerr is a consistent and effective fighter for education, the environment, and the needs of working families.
Register to vote or verify your voter registration
You can register to vote online or in person up to and including on Election Day by visiting www.govotecolorado.gov or visiting a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county.
Vote by mail or drop box
To vote by mail you must mail your ballot by October 26th. After Monday, October 26th, you must visit a VSPC to receive a ballot and you must submit your ballot at a dropbox or vote in person. All ballots must be received by 7pm on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3rd.
Find your polling place
To find your nearest ballot drop box or Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC), visit www.govotecolorado.gov.
Vote in person
Starting Monday, October 19th, you can go in-person to any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) in your county to register to vote, use accessible voting equipment, update your voter information, drop off your ballot, or vote in person. You must be in line to vote by 7pm on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3rd.