Election News - 2024 Presidential Primary Coordinated Election
- 24 Hour Ballot Drop Off Locations - Starting Feb. 12, 2024, ballots can be dropped off any time of the day at the following ballot box locations:
- Morgan County Administration Building, 231 Ensign St, Fort Morgan, CO (on the south side of the building)
- Brush City Hall - 600 Edison St, Brush, CO
- Wiggins Town Hall - 304 Central, Wiggins, CO
- Interested in running for a county office? Click here to view the 2024 Morgan County Candidate Guide.
2023 Coordinated Election Results
- 2023 Coordinated Election Official Results - Click HERE to view official results for Morgan County for the 2023 Coordinated Election. This link provides official results for Morgan County only but statewide results can be viewed by clicking this link and then clicking the "Statewide Results" link at the top of the Morgan County results page.
2023 Coordinated Election Ballot Images and Cast Vote Record
As a service to our community members, ballot images and a cast vote record file are available for public viewing online by clicking HERE(opens in new window)(opens in new window)(opens in new window)(opens in new window)(opens in new window). Instructions for viewing files are also posted under this link.
|-Mail-in Application Deadline
|February 26, 2024
|-Online Application Deadline
|February 26, 2024
|-In Person Application Deadline
|March 5, 2024
|Ballot mailed to voters
|Beginning February 12, 2024 through February 16, 2024
Early Drop Off Location & Voter Service Polling Center Open
|-Morgan County Administration Building
231 Ensign St., 1st Floor - Fort Morgan, CO
|Monday - Friday
February 26, 2024 through March 4, 2024
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
|-additional hours of operation
March 2, 2024
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon)
24 Hour Ballot Drop Off Box Locations
|All locations will be available beginning February 12, 2024
|Morgan County Administration Building - 231 Ensign St, Fort Morgan, CO
(on the south side of the building)
|Brush City Hall - 600 Edison St, Brush, CO
|Wiggins Town Hall - 304 Central, Wiggins, CO
March 5, 2024
Election Day Voter Service Polling Center & Ballot Drop Off Locations
|Open 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
|-Morgan County Administration Building
|231 Ensign St
Fort Morgan, CO
MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE!
Are you ready for the Presidential Primary on March 5, 2024?
- Is your registration up to date?
- Is your address correct? Did you add or remove a PO Box, or had a name change?
- Make your corrections today to ensure you are able to vote for all of the candidates and issues in the area in which you reside.
- Check your voter registration information at www.govotecolorado.gov .
- If you are not sure about your registration information, contact our office at email@example.com or 542-3521, option 5 for assistance.
Your voter status may be inactive if you have moved and failed to update your registration. Inactive voters will not have a ballot automatically mailed to them for the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election.
Ballots are not forwardable to your new residence. The Post Office will send the ballot back to our office as undeliverable. The address would need to be corrected by the voter and then at that time a new ballot will be issued.
A little planning upfront would help so that you receive your ballot in a timely manner.
When will ballots be mailed?
- Ballots will be mailed to Active Eligible Electors beginning 18-22 days prior to Election Day.
When can I return my ballot?
- You may return your ballot as soon as you receive the ballot. You do not have to wait to return your ballot.
Where do I return my ballot? We highly recommend that you:
- Drop your ballot off at the Morgan County Clerk & Recorder’s Office at 231 Ensign Street, located on Floor 1 of the Morgan County Administration Building, or
- Drop your ballot in one of three 24/7 Secure Drop Boxes (no postage required) located at:
- Town of Wiggins, Town Hall, 304 Central Avenue, Wiggins, CO
- City of Brush, City Hall, 600 Edison Street, Brush, CO
- Morgan County Administration Building, 231 Ensign St, Fort Morgan, CO (south side of the building); or
- You may also mail your ballot using the envelope provided with proper postage BUT please be sure to allow enough time for our office to receive your ballot, as Post Marks DON’T Count.
What if I don’t receive my ballot?
- Contact our office to confirm voter registration and verify your address. Our office will be able to provide you with options for voting.
Can I track my ballot?
- Yes, you may online at morgan.ballottrax.net
What if I have other election questions?
- Call us at 970-542-3521, option 5 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org and we are happy to explain how Colorado’s election model works as well as the regulations our office is required to follow in conducting secure elections.
Know the Facts for Colorado
Rules for Determining Residency for Voting Purposes:
C.R.S. 1-2-102 (1) (a) The residence of a person is the principal or primary home or place of abode of a person. A principal or primary home or place of abode is that home or place in which a person’s habitation if fixed and to which that person, whenever absent has the present intention of returning after a departure or absence, regardless of the duration of the absence. You must have a residential address to register to vote. Once you establish a residence, it exists until you establish a new residence elsewhere and notify the election division of that change.
A residence is a permanent building or part of a building and may include a house, condominium, apartment, room in a house, or mobile home.
No vacant lot or business address shall be considered a residence.
A mail service business can not be used for a residence address. A mail service business can ONLY be used for a mailing address.
(II) (c) The residence given for voting purposes shall be the same as the residence given for motor vehicle registration and for state income tax purposes.
Note: For voter registration, you may not have more than one residence.
Your residential address determines what you are eligible to vote on for elections.
- If your residential address is within the City limits of Fort Morgan you would be eligible to vote on City of Fort Morgan candidates and questions.
- If your residential address is outside of the City of Fort Morgan you would not be eligible to vote on City of Fort Morgan candidates or questions.
Can a post office box be used or a mail service box be used as a mailing address for voter registration purposes?
- Yes. Post office boxes and mail service boxes are ONLY acceptable as a mailing address. Meaning, that if a homeless voter uses a physical location that does not have a mailing address (such as a park), he/she may provide a post office as a mailing address.
- Post office boxes, are NEVER acceptable for residence purposes.
- Mail Service Boxes, are NEVER acceptable as a residence purpose.
Need to update your address information?
- Got to www.govotecolorado.gov
- Stop by the Clerk’s office at 231 Ensign Street, Fort Morgan, CO 80701
- Call us at 970-542-3521, option 5, and we can mail you a form to fill out
- Residency in the state required 22 days before any Election to be eligible
- Voters may sign up to receive election and registration notifications by email at GoVoteColorado.gov
- Voters will remain "Active" unless they move out of the state or move within the county without notifying the Clerk's office.
Steps to Vote
Ballots will be mailed beginning twenty-two (22) days before the election to all active registered voters. If you do not receive a ballot, please update your voter registration at GoVoteColorado.gov by the eighth (8th) day before the election and one will be mailed to you. After the eighth (8th) day before the election ballots are not mailed and you will need to go to a Voter Service and Polling Center to update your registration and request a ballot.
Return your ballot by mail with paid postage, or deliver it to any one of our ballot drop-off locations. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.
Mail Ballots may be dropped off at the following locations on Election Day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Voter Service and Polling Center
Morgan County Administration Building
231 Ensign Street 1st Floor
Fort Morgan, CO
During regular business hours Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Additional hours will be held on Saturday before Election Day from 8:00 a.m. to noon.
24 Hour Ballot Drop-Off Locations - open twenty-two (22) days before the election, through Election Day
- Morgan County Administration Building - 231 Ensign Street, Fort Morgan - West Alleyway
- Brush City Hall - 600 Edison Street, Brush
- Wiggins Town Hall - 304 Central Avenue, Wiggins