Elections

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Municipal Elections

Regular City of Castle Pines elections are held in November of each odd-numbered year on the date to coincide with the election date of the Douglas County coordinated election.  All municipal elections shall be non-partisan and no municipal ballot shall contain language referring to any political party affiliation.  The City Clerk is the Designated Election Official for the City of Castle Pines.

View the Douglas County 2021 Coordinated Election Official Results

The official results of the 2021 election have been posted! Please click here to view your new 2022 City Council.

The General Election was held on November 2, 2021.

Check back for information on the next general election.

Register to Vote

Register to vote in person at the Douglas County Elections Office, or head to www.govotecolorado.com.  You can verify your registration information, register online, or update your current registration with a new address on the state website.

If you register prior to October 25, 2021 (and have lived in the state since October 11, 2021), Douglas County will mail your ballot to you.  If you register after October 25, 2021 (and have lived in the state since October 11, 2021), you will need to visit a Voter Service and Polling Center in order to receive a ballot or vote in-person.

If you are registered to vote in Castle Pines and you did not receive your ballot or you lost your ballot, you will need to visit a Voter Service and Polling Center in order to receive a ballot or vote in-person.

Register To Vote  Voter Service and Polling Center Locations

 

 

 

 

 

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Qualifications to Run For City Council

  • Must be a registered elector (voter) of the City of Castle Pines in the District they wish to represent
  • Must have lived in City of Castle Pines for at least one year immediately preceding the election
  • Must maintain their primary residence in the City of Castle Pines and in the District they wish to represent throughout the term of office
  • May not be an employee of the City of Castle Pines during their term of office
  • May not hold any other elective position (whether elected or appointed) for a federal, state, county, or municipal governmental entity (including a new charter commission)
  • How do I get my name on the ballot to run for City Council?

Circulate a Nomination Petition and get 25 signatures of registered electors (voters) in the City of Castle Pines District you wish to represent.

Qualifications to Run For Mayor

  • Must be a registered elector (voter) of the City of Castle Pines
  • Must have lived in City of Castle Pines for at least one year immediately preceding the election
  • Must maintain their primary residence in the City of Castle Pines  throughout the term of office
  • May not be an employee of the City of Castle Pines during their term of office
  • May not hold any other elective position (whether elected or appointed) for a federal, state, county, or municipal governmental entity (including a new charter commission)
  • How do I get my name on the ballot to run for Mayor?

Circulate a Nomination Petition and get 25 signatures of registered electors (voters) of the City of Castle Pines.

*For more information regarding running for Mayor or City Council, please email tobi@castlepinesco.gov

 

Contact

Tobi Duffey

City Clerk