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Who is on the ballot in the next election? What issues are on the ballot? How to register to vote? ...and more

2019 Candidate Forum Videos

View the video from the Mayor/City Council Candidate Forum held September 19, 2019, on GTV8 beginning at 3:00pm Monday.
  • M/W/F: 10am
  • Monday/Friday: 8:00pm
  • Saturday/Sunday: 8am, 10am, 5pm
  • Daily: 3pm
In addition, view the forum on the following You Tube link.

School District 6 Board of Education Candidate Forum

Greeley-Evans School District 6 Board of Education candidates took part in a question and answer forum on October 3, 2019. To view the video of the forum, go to the site or follow this link to YouTube

Voter Information

Your Vote Counts!

Find candidate information at and

Looking for a non-partisan source that allows you to compare candidates side by side? Go to for answers on key issues and candidates.

Don't skip the judges! Go to for information about the Colorado Judges that are up for retention and who will be on the November ballot, plus information about Colorado's judicial merit selection and retention system. Additional information about judges who appear on the ballot for retention may be found in the Blue Book which is mailed to all households with registered voters.

Everything you might want to know about elections can be found at Weld County Elections Department Elections

Information expressing all points of view about candidates, congressional districts, voting records, campaign financing and much more can be found at Project Vote Smart.

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? Do you want to change your party, your address, your name? Do you need to find your polling location? Go to or Colorado Secretary of State

Student Involvement

Are you a student looking to become active in political issues? Check out the newly established club at the University of Northern Colorado, Students for Political Awareness. They are a non-partisan club with goals similar to those of the League of Women Voters.

Are you a young adult or student who needs more information about voting and voting laws throughout the country? For example, 17-year-old high school students in Colorado can participate in Primary Caucuses if they will be 18 and can vote in the 2020 General Election. You might find these sites helpful for gaining education about this important right and responsibility.

Student Voters Guide

Voting in College + Common FAQs

State-by-State Voter Registration Guide