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2019 Oath of Office

VIDEO: El Paso County hosted the 2019 Oath of Office ceremony on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, in Centennial Hall. Two El Paso County Commissioners, five all-County elected officials, seven District Court Judges of the Fourth Judicial District, and three County Court Judges of the Fourth Judicial District received Oaths of Office during ceremonies Tuesday, January…

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Elected Officials to Be Sworn In on Tuesday, January 8

The Public and members of the media are invited to attend the 2019 Oath of Office Ceremony at Centennial Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 8. All newly elected and re-elected El Paso County officials and judges will be sworn in by Fourth Judicial District Court Chief Judge William Bain. The ceremony will take place before Tuesday’s…

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Elections Department Participates in Statewide Risk Limiting Audit

The El Paso County Elections Department will participate in the statewide Risk Limiting Audit (RLA) Friday, November 16. This sophisticated post-election audit allows officials to compare a sample of paper ballots against digital tallies to verify results were tabulated correctly. Due to the high level of statistical probability, this audit confirms election results have not…

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County Schedule for Thanksgiving

El Paso County administrative and elected administrative offices and affiliated agencies, including El Paso County Public Health, the Department of Human Services, Clerk and Recorder, County Treasurer, County Assessor, Pikes Peak Workforce Center, CSU Extension, the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and the El Paso County Public Trustee will…

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Ballots Have Been Mailed

The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has mailed approximately 379,900 ballots to active, registered county voters for the 2018 General Election.  The two-sheet ballot—which contains the race for Governor/Lieutenant Governor,  U.S. Representative, State Legislators, State Offices, County Offices, Judges and various other races and ballot questions—should begin arriving in voters’ mailboxes later this…