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Tina Harris

Clerk and Recorder

Following the resignation of Congressman Ken Buck on March 22, 2024, a special election has been scheduled for June 25, 2024, to fill the vacant seat in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District (CD-4). The election will allow CD-4 residents to select a representative of the 118th Congress who will serve the unexpired partial term of office from July 2024 to January 2025.

Additionally, voters will choose a candidate for the 119th Congress, who will serve a full term from January 2025 to January 2027. This unique ballot will require voters to make choices about both immediate and future representation in Congress.

If you live in CD-4 and are affiliated with the Democratic or Republican party, you will receive your Party’s Primary Election ballot, and the Special Congressional Vacancy Election will appear on the back of your ballot. If you live in CD-4 and are unaffiliated you will receive both the Democratic and Republican Primary Election ballots which will have the Special Congressional Vacancy Election on the back. If you are affiliated with a Minor party and live in CD-4, you will receive a ballot with only the special Congressional Vacancy Election.

“Sample ballots are available to view beforehand at vote.larimer.gov, and our elections website is a great resource to learn more about the Special Congressional Vacancy Election,” said Tina Harris, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder. “We encourage all eligible voters to participate in this important process.”

Voter registration details, voter service and polling centers (VSPCs), ballot drop-box locations and ballot information can be found at vote.larimer.gov.

Colorado’s 4th Congressional District encompasses central and eastern parts of the state, including major areas of Larimer County, primarily Loveland, Wellington, and Windsor.

For more information on the upcoming special election,

please contact the Larimer County Elections office at 970-498-7820

or visit vote.larimer.gov.

 

Published on: 
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 - 12:35pm
Contact Details:

Tina Harris, Larimer County Clerk, [970] 498-7852, Tina.Harris@larimer.gov

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