Stage 1 fire restrictions, enacted for unincorporated areas of western Boulder County.

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February 1, 2019

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Mircalla Wozniak, Communications Specialist, 303.413.7766

2018 Post-Election Data Report Available and Interactive Results Map Live

Boulder County, Colo. – The Boulder County Elections Division is pleased to release our 3rd annual Post-Election Data Report and our interactive 2018 General Election Results Map. The 2018 Voter Turnout Map is also live (originally posted in November).

The 2018 Post-Election Data Report is an infographic report that highlights different facets of the election and the voting populace via trends and data. It is a data dive into fun voter registration statistics, voter turnout, how we conduct the election, and voter communication and outreach. Want to see how those millennials turned out? Curious how many people it takes to run an election? Check out the report! Also, where appropriate and possible, we compared 2018 data to the 2014 gubernatorial election data.

The interactive 2018 General Election Results Map is also now live. It provides both a big-picture, bird’s eye view of the results for each candidate/issue, plus users can also see an “in-the-weeds” view by clicking anywhere on the map and viewing results for each contest at the precinct level. Curious which gubernatorial candidate your precinct favored? Find out now.

Feedback or questions on the report or map? Email Mircalla Wozniak at:

For additional information on the 2018 General Election, including the final canvass documents, audit documentation, and the official Statement of Votes, visit