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Primary Election Ballots Mailed

The El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has mailed approximately 375,000 ballots to active registered Democratic, Republican and Unaffiliated voters for the 2018 Primary Election.  The ballots should arrive in voters’ mailboxes Friday of this week. Ballots sent will contain contests for U.S. House, Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorney General, CU Regent, Board…

Marian Percy, center, received a Proclamation on May 31, 2018, from the Board of El Paso County Commissioners honoring his 21 years of employment in the Department of Human Services.

Percy Retires After 21 Years with DHS

Marian Percy was honored by the Board of El Paso County Commissioners at its regular meeting Thursday, May 31, with an official Proclamation, expressing thanks for her 21 years in the Department of Human Services. “During her career, Mrs. Percy has made significant contributions focused on strengthening families and making homes safe for children, and has…

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Skip the Trip to DMV with Gov2Go

Citizens in El Paso County now have a new option to renew their vehicle registration without leaving their home or office — Gov2Go, the nation’s first personal assistant for government.  Individuals who download the Gov2Go app will receive renewal reminders and can renew their vehicle tags from the convenience of their cell phones. After users…

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Learn About Preventing Elder Abuse

El Paso County DHS has partnered with Silver Key and the PPEAC to host a special event June 15 to teach seniors and their caregivers about recognizing abuse and mistreatment and taking preventative measures. The event for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. June 15 at Silver Key Senior Services,…

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Guilty Plea in Voter Fraud Case

On May 15, 2018, Nathan Parks pled guilty to voting twice in the 2016 General Election. Mr. Parks knowingly cast ballots in Colorado and Washington, resulting in a misdemeanor, according to the Colorado Revised Statute 1-13-710. As part of his sentencing, Mr. Parks will provide 30 hours of community service, pay all restitution and court…