2021 Election Resources

Election Day is November 2!
For voter registration, mail-in voting information and to find out where to submit your ballot,
visit bouldercounty.org/elections.

Voter Resources and Information

With five Boulder City Council seats in contention, the 2021 election results will define our community for the next two years.

Watch the livestream of the event to learn about this year’s candidates and get ready to vote!

Preview of the 2021 Boulder Election

With Shay Castle and Deborah Swearingen

Elections are right around the corner! Get the lowdown on top issues and insights on the candidate pool from two leading local journalists, Shay Castle with the Boulder Beat and Deborah Swearingen with the Daily Camera, in this episode of Chamber Chat with John Tayer.

2021 Local Election Voting and Registration Information

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021

All registered voters will be mailed a ballot on October 11.

Need more information? Visit the Boulder County elections website here. The Boulder County Elections office can also be reached at 303-413-7740 or by email at vote@bouldercountyvotes.org.

Eye on the Ballot

A summary of issues on the city and state ballots and a quick-glance explanation of the Boulder Chamber's official positions. View PDF Version

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HOW THE BOULDER CHAMBER ARRIVED AT THESE POSITIONS: The Boulder Chamber determines its positions on ballot measures after obtaining input from our diverse membership, receiving information from representatives on all sides of each issue, and through analysis of relevant background materials. Each ballot measure was subject to thoughtful scrutiny by the Boulder Chamber’s Community Affairs Council (CAC) before final review and position adoption by the Boulder Chamber Board of Directors.

For more information on the Boulder Chamber’s ballot positions please contact Director of Public Affairs, Andrea Meneghel, andrea.meneghel@boulderchamber.com (303) 938-2077.

 

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