Help Me With...

Select from list
My Residential Property
My Driver's License or Vehicle Registration
Requesting Assistance
Health Department


Select from list
My Property Valuation
Understanding My Valuation
Paying My Property Tax
Neighborhood Sales
Building Permits
Vehicle Registration - New Stickers
Vehicle Registration - New Vehicle
Drivers License - New or Renew
New Resident Vehicle Registration
Adult Protection
Child Welfare
Child Support
Child Care
Financial Assistance
Medical Assistance
Food Assistance
Register to Vote / Update Voter Registration
Upcoming Election Information
Ballot Drop Box Locations
Voter Service and Polling Centers
Birth/Death Records
Restaurant Inspections
Community Health
Child Care Center Inspections
Septic System Inspections
Emergency Preparedness & Response
Disease Surveillance
Mental and Behavioral Health Education
Community Health and Clinical Services
Women, Infants and Children


× Close


Learn more about the 2024 Precinct Caucus Meetings

The Democratic and Republican precinct caucuses will be held in March

Posted on February 5, 2024 2024ElectionsNews and Events


Did you know Colorado is both a Presidential Primary Election and a caucus state? Voters affiliated with a political party can participate in both. Unaffiliated voters can participate in the Presidential Primary Election for one party of their choosing.

Caucuses are meetings of registered electors within a precinct who are members of a particular major political party. The purpose of precinct caucuses is to elect precinct committee persons and delegates to county assemblies.

Caucus meetings also provide party members the opportunity to sign up to serve as an election judge. Douglas County Elections hires paid election judges for important roles in the conduct of each election and must exhaust the list of major party appointees from the caucus meetings before hiring additional affiliated or unaffiliated election judges.

You do not need to attend a party caucus meeting to vote in the March 5, 2024, Presidential Primary Election. Eligible voters will receive a Presidential Primary Election ballot in the mail just like any other election.

To participate in a major political party’s precinct caucus, a citizen must be registered to vote, affiliated with that party, and a resident of the precinct – all for at least 22 days before the caucus date. Visit Colorado’s secure, statewide voter registration database, GoVoteColorado.gov, to register to vote, check your voter registration status, select your political affiliation, or update your mailing address.

Visit the Election Judge information page on DouglasVotes.com to learn about the different election judge roles required for the conduct of each election and to fill out the Election Judge Interest Survey if you would like to serve in a future election.

Join Clerk and Recorder, Sheri Davis, for a Live Town Hall from 6–7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7. Clerk Davis will be joined by other certified election officials from the Douglas County Elections office to answer your questions about the secure conduct of elections and the upcoming 2024 Presidential Primary. Click here for more information on how to participate in the Feb. 7 Live Town Hall.

For trusted election information, visit DouglasVotes.com or call 303-660-7444.

Your County. Your News. Get it first.

Be among the first to receive news as it happens. Subscribe to our online news push, and select your specific news focus and delivery preferences. Visit the Live Town Hall page and register for Town Hall notifications to ensure you are contacted to participate in future community conversations about topics important to you. Both services are free, and you can unsubscribe at any time. And don’t forget to follow Douglas County on Nextdoor, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Sign Up Now!