Skip To Content

2019 Coordinated Elections Information

News Release from Weld County Clerk and Recorder - Dated 10/17/2019 Contact: Carly Koppes 970-400-3155

Extra Care Being Taken with Weld County Ballots

Election Officials Making Sure   
Every Weld County Ballot is Counted

ProVote Solutions, the Denver Post Office and Weld County Elections staff are working together to make sure a bar code error doesn’t delay some Weld County Ballots. The post office is hand-processing the ballots to make sure a printer error in the bar code on the return envelope does not cause a problem.  

“Our job is to make sure every vote is counted,” said Weld County Clerk and Recorder Carly Koppes.  “We are working closely with our vendor and the postal service and already have in place a solution to make sure all ballots are routed correctly to the election office.”

Koppes said she was made aware of the issue when she was contacted by a representative from the United States Postal Service (USPS). She reached out to the printing firm handling the mailing, which confirmed that the bar code had a zip code issue.  

As a resolution to the zip code issue, ballot return envelopes will be isolated at the post office and the Weld County Elections Office will pick them up so there is no delay. 

Notwithstanding the barcode error, Koppes said the USPS will get the mailed ballots delivered to the election office. If voters have concerns, however, Koppes encourages voters to use one of the fourteen (14) 24-hour drop boxes. Please refer to the voting instructions or visit to use Weld’s interactive map to find the closest 24-hour drop box to you.

Starting Oct. 28, three Voter Service and Polling Centers will open.  Currently, all 24-hour drop boxes are open.  The ballot includes two statewide questions along with local candidates and questions.

The election is November 5th Weld County currently has 182,906 active registered voters. 
The 2019 Coordinated Election will be conducted as a Mail Ballot Election. The date of the Coordinated Election is 11/05/2019 

2019 Coordinated Election Sample Ballot
2019 Coordinated Election Tabor Notice
2019 Coordinated Election Voting and Drop Off Locations
2020 Candidate Information
Colorado Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book) - 2019
Election Results - 2019 Coordinated Election
Interactive Map – 2019 Coordinated Voter Service and Polling Locations & 24 Drop-Off Locations
Notice of Public Logic and Accuracy - 2019 Coordinated
Wait Times- 2019 Coordinated Election Voter Service and Polling Centers

Election Schedule

September 21st UOCAVA Ballots Mailed
October 3rd Party Logic & Accuracy
October 4th TABOR Notices Mailed (if a TABOR question is asked)
October 14th Mail Ballots sent to Active Voters
October 14th Fourteen (14) - 24 Hour Drop Box Locations Open
October 28th Three (3) - Early Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC) Locations Open
October 28th Last Day to Mail a Ballot
November 5th ELECTION DAY
November 27th Last Day to Certify Election

Contact Information

Elections Department

1400 N. 17th Ave
Greeley, Co 80631

Phone: (970) 304-6525
Fax: (970) 304-6566

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday -8.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.

Elections Mailing Address:
PO BOX 459
Greeley, CO 80632