Local Government Elections

Colorado special districts are voter-created and voter-driven. Eligible electors (usually residents) of each district elect the members of the Board of Directors, which guides the district and sets policy. In addition to electing the members of the Board of Directors, the eligible electors must vote to authorize various types of financial actions by a special district, such as increasing taxes and issuing bonds.

Our professionals are experienced in handling every aspect of an election, from providing the call for nominations to serve on the Board of Directors and writing the ballot question to certifying the final election results.

Our paralegals often serve as the “Designated Election Official” for the district and manage the election or coordinate with the County Clerk. Our paralegals also serve districts by acting as the Deputy Designated Official and assisting the Designated Election Official appointed by the Board of Directors.

For more information on our services related to elections, contact Collins Cole Flynn Winn & Ulmer, PLLC.