1-10-106. Summary of election results – statewide elections – early voting
(1) (a) Within sixty days after a statewide election, the designated election official shall prepare and make available to the public a statement of the total number of votes cast in the election for each candidate and for and against each ballot issue and ballot question on the ballot certified by the designated election official pursuant to section 1-5-203.
(b) and (c) Repealed.
(2) The designated election official may charge a fee for a copy of the statement prepared pursuant to this section in an amount not to exceed the actual cost of making the copy.
(3) The designated election official shall retain all materials used to compile the statement required by this section for a period of at least twenty-five months.
Source: L. 2005: Entire section added, p. 1422, § 50, effective June 6; entire section added, p. 1457, § 50, effective June 6.L. 2006: (1)(c) amended, p. 2035, § 22, effective June 6.L. 2007: (1)(c) amended, p. 1796, § 62, effective June 1.L. 2013: (1)(b) and (1)(c) repealed, (HB 13-1303), ch. 185, p. 752, § 138, effective May 10.
Cross references: In 2013, subsections (1)(b) and (1)(c) were repealed by the “Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act”. For the short title and the legislative declaration, see sections 1 and 2 of chapter 185, Session Laws of Colorado 2013.
- Canvassing & Certification of Election Results
- Election Day
- Regulation & Duties of Election Officials
- Regulation of Polling Places
According to the rules, a “designated election official” or “DEO” includes the designated election official’s sworn, deputized designee.
1. Definition for Designated election official
The secretary of state, a county clerk and recorder, or other election official as provided by article XXI of the state constitution. C.R.S. § 1-12-100.5.
2. Definition for State
A state of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. C.R.S. § 1-8.3-102.
3. Definition for Ballot
(a) A federal write-in absentee ballot;
(b) A ballot specifically prepared or distributed for use by a covered voter in accordance with this article; or
(c) A ballot cast by a covered voter in accordance with this article.
(2) “Covered voter” means:
(a) A uniformed-service voter defined in paragraph (a) of subsection (9) of this section who is a resident of this state but who is absent from this state by reason of active duty and who otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements;
(b) An overseas voter who, before leaving the United States, was last eligible to vote in this state and, except for a state residency requirement, otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements;
(c) An overseas voter who, before leaving the United States, would have been last eligible to vote in this state had the voter then been of voting age and, except for a state residency requirement, otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements; or
(d) An overseas voter who was born outside the United States, is not described in paragraph (b) or (c) of this subsection (2), and, except for a state residency requirement, otherwise satisfies this state’s voter eligibility requirements if the last place where a parent, legal guardian, spouse, or civil union partner of the voter was, or under this article would have been, eligible to vote before leaving the United States is within this state.
C.R.S. § 1-8.3-102.
4. Definition for Election
Any election under the “Uniform Election Code of 1992” or the “Colorado Municipal Election Code of 1965”, article 10 of title 31, C.R.S. C.R.S. § 1-7.5-103.
5. Definition for Candidate
Any person who seeks nomination or election to any state or local public office that is to be voted on in this state at any primary election, general election, school district election, special district election, or municipal election. “Candidate” also includes a judge or justice of any court of record who seeks to be retained in office pursuant to the provisions of section 25 of article VI. A person is a candidate for election if the person has publicly announced an intention to seek election to public office or retention of a judicial office and thereafter has received a contribution or made an expenditure in support of the candidacy. A person remains a candidate for purposes of this article so long as the candidate maintains a registered candidate committee. A person who maintains a candidate committee after an election cycle, but who has not publicly announced an intention to seek election to public office in the next or any subsequent election cycle, is a candidate for purposes of this article. Section 2(2) of article XXVIII of the state constitution.