Starting Jan. 1, the minimum wage in unincorporated Boulder County is $15.69/hour.

A partir del 1 de enero, el salario mínimo local en la zona no incorporada del condado de Boulder será de $15.69/hora.

2020 Elections

2020 Results & Information

The 2020 General Election was Tuesday, November 3, 2020

General Election Results:

  • Official Election Results — Website showing all election results by contest
  • Statement of Votes – PDF version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Statement of Votes – Excel version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Summary of Votes Report — Summary report that shows top-line data for each contest including: active voters, total ballots, total votes, total under and over votes and the number of precincts a contest covered
  • Canvass Documents — These are the reports related to the certification of the election, including the post-election risk-limiting audit and reconciliation report and any related documents.
    • The risk-limiting audit is a post-election quality assurance test that ensures the accuracy of election results and provides citizens with evidence that election outcomes reflect the votes cast. To learn more about the risk-limiting audit, see our press release.
    • The reconciliation report summarizes the process that provides the evidence for the Canvass Board to certify that the number of votes counted is equal to or less than the number of ballots cast and that the number of ballots cast is equal to or less than the number of eligible voters. This document also includes the certification of election statement.
  • Voter Turnout Interactive Map — Explore how voter turnout varied by precinct (note: map defaults to current year, to browse previous years use the tabs above the map).
  • Post-Election Data Report — Infographic poster-sized report detailing interesting facts about the 2020 General Election

General Election Information:

The 2020 June Statewide Primary was Tuesday, June 30, 2020

June Primary Election Results:

  • Official Election Results — Website showing all official election results by contest.
  • Statement of Votes – PDF version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Statement of Votes – Excel version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Cumulative Summary Results Report— Summary report that shows top-line data for each contest including: active voters, total ballots, total votes, total under and over votes and the number of precincts a contest covered
  • Canvass Documents — These are the reports related to the certification of the election, including the post-election risk-limiting audit and reconciliation report and any related documents.
    • The risk-limiting audit is a post-election quality assurance test that ensures the accuracy of election results and provides citizens with evidence that election outcomes reflect the votes cast.
    • The recompilation report summarizes the process that provides the evidence for the Canvass Board to certify that the number of votes counted is equal to or less than the number of ballots cast and that the number of ballots cast is equal to or less than the number of eligible voters. This document also includes the certification of election statement.

June Primary Election Information:

The 2020 March Presidential Primary was Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Colorado held its first Presidential Primary Election in two decades on March 3, 2020 – Super Tuesday!

Presidential Primary Election Results:

  • Official Election Results — Website showing all election results by contest.
  • Statement of Votes – PDF version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Statement of Votes – Excel version — Most comprehensive election report, which includes precinct by precinct results
  • Cumulative Summary Results Report— Summary report that shows top-line data for each contest including: active voters, total ballots, total votes, total under and over votes and the number of precincts a contest covered
  • Canvass Documents — These are the reports related to the certification of the election, including the post-election risk-limiting audit and reconciliation report and any related documents.
    • The risk-limiting audit is a post-election quality assurance test that ensures the accuracy of election results and provides citizens with evidence that election outcomes reflect the votes cast.
    • The recompilation report summarizes the process that provides the evidence for the Canvass Board to certify that the number of votes counted is equal to or less than the number of ballots cast and that the number of ballots cast is equal to or less than the number of eligible voters. This document also includes the certification of election statement.

Presidential Primary Election Information:

  • Parties conducting a presidential primary election: Democratic Party and Republican Party; Unaffiliated voters could vote in either party primary (but not both).
  • Related registration deadlines: Feb 3 — Deadline to change party affiliation from one party to another in order to vote in a different party primary. Unaffiliated voters were mailed both ballots and could vote and return only one ballot (or go vote in-person).
  • Complete Ballot ContentEnglish: Democratic Sample Ballot or Republican Sample Ballot; Spanish: Democratic Sample Ballot or Republican Sample Ballot
    • Note: There were no certified write-in candidates for either party for president.
    • Note: Ballot content was finalized on January 3. Candidates who withdrew after this date still had their name listed on the ballot.
    • As of late Election Day morning, four candidates had officially withdrawn from the 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Election in Colorado: Senator Michael Bennet, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Congressman John Delaney, and Senator Amy Klobuchar. Votes for these four candidates were not counted.
    • Note that even though additional candidates had publicly announced their withdrawal/suspension in the media or other places, votes for any candidate that had not filed the appropriate paperwork in Colorado had to be counted.
  • Official Notice of Election — As required by state law, this official notice of election was published on February 9, 2020 in both the Daily Camera and Longmont Times-Call.
  • Primary Ballot Return Data — Quantities of the ballots received and processed were displayed through this website application beginning approximately two weeks before the election.
  • Pre-Election Logic & Accuracy (LAT) Test Reports — These reports and related documents outline the testing procedures completed prior to conducting the election.
  • Presidential Primary Election Video – What you need to know to vote! (including 17-year-olds) (February version)
  • Presidential Primary Election Video – What you need to know to vote! (including 17-year-olds) (Outtakes version)
  • Presidential Primary Election Video – What you need to know to vote! (including 17-year-olds) (January version)

Contact Us

Elections Division

303-413-7740

303-413-7728 (Fax)

vote@bouldercounty.gov
Boulder County Elections website

7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday-Thursday
Closed Fridays

Location

Boulder: 1750 33rd St. (main office)
Map and Directions Boulder Location

Longmont: 529 Coffman St.*
Map and Directions Longmont Location

Lafayette: 1755 S. Public Road*
Map and Directions Lafayette Location
* Longmont and Lafayette locations only offer paper voter registration forms

Mailing Address

1750 33rd St., Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80301

Boulder County Elections logo