1-6-102. List furnished by precinct committeepersons
Overview of Statute
Within ten days after the precinct caucus in even-numbered years, the committeepersons of each precinct from each major political party must submit a list of recommended election judges to the county chairpersons of their respective political parties. To qualify, a recommended election judge must be a registered elector, reside in the precinct, and affiliate with the political party holding the precinct caucus. If the political party does not employ a county chairperson, the committeepersons must instead submit the list of recommended election judges to the county clerk and recorder. If the political party does not employ a precinct committeeperson, the district captain of the precinct will instead submit the list.
(1) No later than ten days after the precinct caucus in even-numbered years, the committeepersons of each precinct from each major political party shall submit to the county chairpersons of their respective political parties a list that was initiated at the precinct caucus and that recommends registered electors as election judges. The registered electors recommended as election judges must reside in the precinct and have a current affiliation with the political party that held the precinct caucus.
(2) If there is no county chairperson, the committeeperson of each precinct shall submit the list that was initiated at the precinct caucus and that recommends registered electors as election judges directly to the county clerk and recorder. If a precinct has no committeeperson, the district captain, if any, shall submit the list of recommended election judges to the county chairperson or county clerk and recorder, as appropriate.
Source: L. 92: Entire article R&RE, p. 723, § 8, effective January 1, 1993.L. 98: Entire section amended, p. 575, § 2, effective April 30.
Editor’s note: This section is similar to former § 1-5-106 as it existed prior to 1992.
1. Definition for Political party
Any group of registered electors who, by petition or assembly, nominate candidates for the official general election ballot. “Political party” includes affiliated party organizations at the state, county, and election district levels, and all such affiliates are considered to be a single entity for the purposes of this article, except as otherwise provided in section 7. Section 2(13) of article XXVIII of the state constitution.
2. Definition for Section
A bound compilation of initiative forms approved by the secretary of state, which shall include pages that contain the warning required by section 1-40-110 (1), the ballot title, the abstract required by section 1-40-110 (3), and a copy of the proposed measure; succeeding pages that contain the warning, the ballot title, and ruled lines numbered consecutively for registered electors’ signatures; and a final page that contains the affidavit required by section 1-40-111 (2). Each section shall be consecutively prenumbered by the petitioner prior to circulation.
3. 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.
4. Definition for Committee
The committee of signers described in section 1-12-108(2). C.R.S. § 1-12-100.5.