Please visit the City of Montrose Elections page on our website. Here you can view biographies for each candidate and learn more about the municipal election process.
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Each ballot package includes one ballot, one secrecy sleeve/printed instruction sheet, and one return envelope to submit your voted ballot.
Yes. Any ballots received without a secrecy sleeve are immediately placed in a sleeve when opened to maintain voter confidentiality.
Please contact the Montrose City Clerk’s Office at 970-240-1422 or via email at email@example.com to inquire about the status of your ballot.
If you accidentally damage or lose your ballot, please contact the Montrose City Clerk’s Office at 970-240-1422 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will schedule a ballot replacement pick up time with you. Be sure to bring a form of photo ID with you when picking up your replacement ballot.
All ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, April 7, 2020.
Ballots can be mailed to City Hall or placed in the drop box located in front of the former Montrose County Courthouse building at 320 S. First St.
The voter affirmation and signature on the back of each return envelope is an added voter security measure. It allows election officials to compare the information on the return envelope to the voter registration records to confirm that the enclose ballot was submitted by an eligible elector.
In accordance with Article III, Section 5 of the Montrose City Charter, all City of Montrose elections shall be nonpartisan. As such, candidates are not required to provide information about their party affiliation, nor does the city specifically know the party affiliation of each candidate.