Elections Department

The El Paso County Elections Department is responsible for conducting all primary, general and special elections for the County. Our office maintains the voter registration rolls and works with other municipalities to assist with their elections.

We are proud of our award-winning election team who has been recognized for their outstanding expertise and commitment to voters.

General Election & Voter Registration Information:

(719) 575-VOTE (8683)

Main Office:
1675 West Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 2202
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Director of Elections: Angie Leath

(719) 520-7325

November 2021 Coordinated Election: Pro/Con Statements for Ballot Issue 1A

El Paso County citizens have until Friday, September 17, to submit pro/con comments for County Issue 1A on the November 2, 2021 ballot, in order for those comments to be included in the ballot issue notice (C.R.S. 1-7-901(4)).

Comments must be 500 words or less and may be emailed to the Clerk and Recorder’s Office, serving as the designated election official on this issue, at angelaleath@elpasoco.com until 12 noon, September 17, 2021. Citizens may also drop off a hard copy at the Clerk’s Office in the Citizens Service Center (1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road, Suite 2202, Colorado Springs, CO 80907). All comments must include the citizen’s signature and address to ensure that the citizen is eligible to vote in the County. Please contact Angie Leath, Director of Elections, at (719) 520-7325, with any questions.

You can register to vote and update your registration at www.GoVoteColorado.gov.

You can track the status of your individual ballot by signing up for BallotTrax.

Please contact us with any questions! 719-575-VOTE (8683) | elections@elpasoco.com

Learn about the systems which guarantee election security.


On August 11, 2017, under former Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams, Colorado adopted a revised Secretary of State Rule 18 establishing Uniform Ballot Counting Standards for Paper Ballots. This rule sets specific standards for counting ballots, to include the duplication and adjudication procedures for applicable ballots. Duplication is the process of copying a ballot that cannot be read. Adjudication is the process of resolving voter intent on the ballot prior to tabulation. These processes are designed to ensure each Coloradan’s vote is accurately recorded.

Current District Maps, Precinct Maps, Registered Voters in El Paso County, Voter Lists and Maps to purchase and archived documents are accessible here.

Please contact us with any questions!

Director of ElectionsAngie Leath – (719) 520-7325

General Election & Voter Registration Informationelections@elpasoco.com – (719) 575-VOTE (8683)

General Election Fax Number – (719) 520-7327

Uniformed and Overseas Votersuocava@elpasoco.com