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The Larimer County Elections Department does not conduct caucus or provide ballots for caucus. Caucus is conducted by the major political parties (Democratic and Republican).

"In order to vote at any precinct caucus, assembly, or convention of a political party, the elector must be a resident of the precinct for twenty-two days, must be registered to vote no later than twenty-two days before the caucus, assembly, or convention, and must be affiliated with the political party holding the caucus, assembly, or convention for at least twenty-two days as shown in the statewide voter registration system; except that any registered elector who has attained the age of eighteen years or who has become a naturalized citizen during the twenty-two days immediately preceding the meeting may vote at any caucus, assembly, or convention even though the elector has been affiliated with the political party for less than twenty-two days. A preregistrant who is seventeen years of age on the date of a caucus and who will be eighteen years of age on the date of the next general election may vote at the caucus." C.R.S. 1-3-101(1)(a)

"In a year in which a presidential election will be held, a political party may, by decision of its state central committee, hold its precinct caucuses on the first Saturday following the presidential primary election." C.R.S. 1-3-102(1)(a)(III)

"Except as otherwise provided by subparagraph (III) of this paragraph (a), the precinct caucuses shall be held on the first Tuesday in March, in each even-numbered year..."

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Major Political Parties

Minor Political Parties

  • A minor political party may nominate candidates in accordance with sections [1-4-302, 1-4-402(1)(a), 1-4-502(1), and 1-4-802,1-4-1304 C.R.S.].
  • A minor party may nominate candidates for offices to be filled at a general election by petition in accordance with 1-4-802 C.R.S.
  • A minor party may nominate candidates for offices to be filled at a general election by assembly.  An assembly shall be held no later than seventy-three days preceding the primary election. [1-4-1304(b)(I) C.R.S] 

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Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Larimer County will provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with a disability who need assistance.  Services can be arranged with at least seven business days’ notice.  Please email us at elections@co.larimer.co.us or by calling 970/498-7820 or Relay Colorado 711. "Walk-in" requests for auxiliary aids and services will be honored to the extent possible but may be unavailable if advance notice is not provided.

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200 W. Oak St., Suite 5100, Fort Collins, CO 80521
PO Box 1547, Fort Collins CO  80522

HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm (except holidays)
EMAIL: elections@co.larimer.co.us
PHONE: (970) 498-7820
FAX:  (970) 498-7847
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