How does Douglas County Elections ensure that your vote counts? What happens after 7 p.m. on Election Day? How are voter records updated?
Meet the people who run your elections and get answers to your questions at a Live Town Hall from 6-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7. You can join online, by phone, or in person at the Philip S. Miller Building, 100 Third St. in Castle Rock.
Clerk and Recorder Sheri Davis will host Douglas County Deputy of Elections Jack Twite Jr. and Office of Clerk and Recorder Communications Project Manager Laura Skirde. They’ll answer your questions about Colorado’s secure voter registration database, the bipartisan conduct of elections, the integrity of the mail ballot process, and provide key dates and information for the three elections that will be held in 2024: The Presidential Primary in March, the State Primary in June, and the General Election in November.
To join online, visit douglas.co.us/townhall. Join via phone by calling 833-380-0668, or simply answer the phone when we call to invite you to join us. To receive a call just before a Live Town Hall begins, visit douglas.co.us/townhall to register.
“Douglas County Elections is responsible for the secure, accurate, and accessible conduct of elections, maintaining your voter registration record, and ensuring that your vote counts,” Davis said. “Colorado is a national model for elections security and integrity, and we look forward to telling you more about how we serve our citizens and our democracy and answering your questions.”
Live Town Halls are an opportunity to learn about a topic and ask questions of a panel. The panel will take questions from attendees in the live audience, on the phone, and online.