09-24-18 Weld County Press Information – 2018 General Election

Weld County Press Information – 2018 General Election

All election information can be found at www.weldvotes.com.  We have posted the Blue Book, TABOR Notice and sample ballot to our website.  We encourage everyone to look over our webpage as this will be our main means of communication along with the Clerk and Recorders Facebook page– Carly Koppes Weld Clerk and Recorder.  We ask for your help to encourage the voters to return their voted ballots early to have more accurate early election night results.

Main Contact: Carly Koppes

Weld County Clerk and Recorder

Cell: 970-815-1166

Email: ckoppes@weldgov.com

General Election November 6th – Information

  • General Election Ballots will go out the week the October 15th.
  • As of yesterday (September 20, 2018) there are 70,444 Republicans, 42,887 Democratic, 76,658 Unaffiliated and 3,415 Third parties registered voters in Weld County (active and inactive). You can find up to date registeration numbers on weldvotes.com.
  • Last day to submit a voter registration form through a Voter Registration Drive – Monday, October 15th
  • The first day to begin counting mail ballots received for the General Election – Monday, October 22nd
  • Last day for an individual to submit a voter registration application and still receive a ballot in the mail. – Monday, October 29th
  • Sample ballots, TABOR Notice, and the Blue Book can be found at weldvotes.com.
  • Again this election voters can sign up for Ballotrax – which is the voter’s ability to track their ballot in different stages of the process. They can sign up at i3ballot.net
  • Once again on the website is an interactive map for voters to be able to find which location is closest to them! Below is the link, but if voters visit weldvotes.com it is on the right-hand side of the screen.
  • http://weldgov.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=2b080d49ff964173aae9f2599b0f1e40
  • New this year we have added more 24-hour Drop off boxes! We now have a total of 13 locations voters are able to drop their ballot in without having to put a stamp on the return envelope.
  • For the FIRST time in Weld County history we will have a TWO sheet ballot, we will be getting the message out to the voters and would greatly appreciate your help!

2018 General Voter Service and Polling Center Locations and Drop-off locations information:

Early Voter Service and Polling Center locations open October 22nd.

  1. Trinity Lutheran Church/School, 3000 35thAve, Greeley
  2. Weld County Training Center, 1104 H St, Greeley
  3. Fort Lupton Recreation Center, 203 S Harrison Ave, Fort Lupton
  4. Southwest Weld County Services Complex, 4209 Weld CR 24½, Longmont (Del Camino)
  5. Windsor Recreation Center, 250 11th St., Windsor

Hours of Operation:

Weekdays: Oct. 22nd – Nov 6th

Monday-Friday: 8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday: Oct. 27th & Nov. 3rd: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

[Closed Sunday, Oct. 28th & Nov. 4th]

ELECTION DAY: November 6th: 7:00 am-7:00 pm


24-Hour Drop-off location open October 15th – November 6th

ELECTION DAY: Closing at 7:00 pm

  1. Greeley City Hall, 1000 10th St, Greeley
  2. Southwest Weld County Services Complex, 4209 Weld CR 24½, Longmont (Del Camino)
  3. Fort Lupton Recreation Center, 203 S Harrison Ave, Fort Lupton
  4. Briggsdale School (District RE-10J), 420 Main St., Briggsdale
  5. Carbon Valley Recreation Center, 701 5th, Frederick
  6. Erie Community Center, 450 Powers St., Erie
  7. Evans Community Complex, 1100 37th St, Evans
  8. Grover Town Hall, 315 Chatoga St., Grover
  9. Hudson Library, 100 S Beech St., Hudson
  10. Millien Town Hall, 1101 Broad St., Milliken
  11. New Raymer Church, 225 County Road 86, New Raymer
  12. Windsor Recreation Center, 250 11th, Windsor
  13. Lochbuie Town Hall, 703 County Road 37, Lochbuie


ELECTION DAY Voter Service and Polling Center and Drive Up Drop-off locations – November 8th 7 am – 7 pm

Voter Service and Polling Centers

  1. Johnstown Senior Center, 101 Charlotte St, Johnstown
  2. Keenesburg Town Hall, 140 S Main St, Keenesburg
  3. Erie Recreation Center, 450 Powers St, Erie
  4. Evangelical Free Church, 1325 3rd St., Eaton
  5. UNC University Center, 2045 10th Ave., Greeley
  6. Carbon Valley Recreation Center, 701 5th St, Frederick

Drive Up Drop-off Location

ELECTION DAY: November 8th: 7:00 am-7:00 pm 

Weld County Election Office, 1400 N 17th Ave., Greeley


Past General Election Weld County turn out: *Presidential Election

2016 – Turnout 75.40% Registered Voters – 184077 Card Cast 138792

2014 – Turnout 55.30% Registered Voters – 167306 Cards Cast – 92525

2012* – Turnout 94.38% Registered Voters – 124101 Cards Cast – 117121

2010 – Turnout 71.51% Registered Voters – 113124 Cards Cast – 80893

2008* – Turnout 91.61% Registered Voters – 116269 Cards Cast – 106518

2006 – Turnout 68.24% Registered Voters – 100924 Cards Cast – 68871

2004* – Turnout 90.28% Registered Voters – 98692 Cards Cast – 89099

For all past turnouts, you can visit www.weldvotes.com and select Election Results on the left-hand side of the page dating back to the year 2000.