Kiowa County Clerk & Recorder
P.O. Box 37
Eads, CO 81036
EADS DRIVER LICENSE SCHEDULE
State of Colorado REQUIRES along with your
license or ID you must bring an item with your PHYSICAL ADDRESS
Examples: Credit card statement, rent receipt, utility bill, phone bill ,
If you have any questions
please call the
Kiowa County Clerk Office 719.438.5421
The Clerk & Recorder/Motor
Vehicle Offices will be closed December 24 and December 25, 2015 and on
January 1, 2016 so our employees can spend time with their families for
County Clerk and Recorder
Kiowa County Clerk's
CLOSED February 23,2016
until 10am for training
County Clerk and Recorder
What is a precinct caucus?
The 2016 Precinct Party Caucus Day is March 1, 2016.
In each even-numbered year, political parties hold their
precinct caucus on the first Tuesday in March to begin the process of
electing candidates to nominate in the up-coming election.
Registered voters of the same political party gather at
their perspective precinct location to select delegates to represent the
precinct at the county assembly and committee officers to organize
political activities for the precinct.
Precinct caucuses are open to the public and held
throughout the state.
Who can vote in a precinct caucus?
- A resident of the precinct for 30 days.
- A resident affiliated with the caucusing
political party for at least 2 months before the precinct caucuses.
- January 4, 2016 – was the last day to
affiliate with the Republican or Democratic Party in order to
vote in the March 1 party precinct caucus.
- A registered voter no later than 29 days
before the caucus.
February 1, 2016 – is the last day to update your voter
registration address to participate in the March 1st party precinct
Those who would be
interested in serving as an election judge should attend their
respective party’s caucus and add their name to the judges list.
Party Assemblies and Conventions:
What is a county assembly?
- Precinct caucus delegates gather to select
candidates for the state primary election, delegates to the
congressional district assemblies and delegates to the state
- The county assembly is held no later than 25
days after the precinct caucuses.
What is a district assembly?
- The district assembly selects district level
delegates to the national convention. Delegates also nominate
candidates for Congress, the Colorado General Assembly, the State
Board of Education, the Board of Regents and District Attorneys.
- The time and place of the district assembly is
determined by the chairperson of the district committee.
What is a state assembly/convention?
- State assembly members nominate candidates for
statewide offices for the primary election ballot and delegates for
the national convention.
- The state assembly/convention is held no later
than 73 days before the primary election.
Unaffiliated Voter Election Judge:
April 26, 2016 is the last day an unaffiliated voter may give notice in
writing to the County Clerk that he/she wishes to serve as an election
The Kiowa County Clerk can be reached at
719-438-5421 for voter and election questions.
Colorado Open Record
PPursuant to C.R.S. 30-1-103 and
24-72-205 the Clerk’s office may charge for preparation and copies of
method: CORA requests are accepted by the Clerk’s office via
fax or hard copy. Emailed CORA requests often enter junk mail boxes
because they can come from unrecognized addresses. Or an employee may
not have access to email within the 72 hour deadline to respond. It is
in the requestor’s best interest to deliver it in a method or in more
than one method so that any deputy clerk could pick it up, notify
necessary personnel and begin the process.
Documents are provided in paper or pdf format only. Documents
provided under CORA are not provided in an editable format. If a
requester is not present within the county and inspection of the paper
documents in person is burdensome, the clerk may mail, fax, ftp or email
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