CROWLEY COUNTY — News5 is helping you prepare for the November 8, 2022 Colorado General Election with guides to find out what's on the ballot, what it means to you, and where to deliver your ballot across the region. Colorado has used a mail-in ballot system for years that's been touted as one of the safest methods.
Deadlines for the General Election:
- Monday, October 17 - First day ballots can be mailed out
- Friday, October 21 - Deadline for all ballots to be mailed out
- Monday, October 24 - Ballot drop boxes open
- Monday, October 31 - Last day to submit an application to register to vote through the mail, a voter registration agency, a local driver's license examination facility, or online to receive a mail ballot for the 2022 General Election.
- Tuesday, November 8 - Election Day - All ballots must be received by county clerks no later than 7:00 p.m.
- Wednesday, November 16 - Last day for military and overseas elector ballots to be received by county clerks
- Friday, November 18 - Deadline for County Clerks to tabulate all mail-in and in-person votes
Not sure if you are registered to vote in Colorado? Use the state's Find My Voter Registration system.
Here's where to find a Voter Service and Polling Center in Crowley County. Days and times of operation vary by location.
Crowley County Clerk & Recorder's site
The Crowley County Clerk’s office located at 631 Main, Suite 102 in Ordway, Colorado, 81063, will be the Voter Service Polling Center for all of Crowley County. This will be the drop off location for all ballots to be returned that are not mailed back or for any voter registration, ballot issuance, ballot replacement or information.
Hours for this service will be during regular business days:
Monday - Friday, October 24th through November 7th, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 5th, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Election Day, November 8th, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Information from the Crowley County Official Sample Ballot for the 2022 General Election
listed in the same order as the ballot
United States Senator (Vote for One)
- Michael Bennet - Democratic
- Joe O'Dea - Republican
- T.J. Cole - Unity
- Brian Peotter - Libertarian
- Frank Atwood - Approval Voting
*(Signed declaration to limit service to no more than 2 terms)
Representative to the 118th United States Congress - District 4 (Vote for One)
- Ike McCorkle - Democratic
- Ken Buck - Republican
- Ryan McGonigal
*(Signed declaration to limit service to no more than 2 terms)
Governor/Lieutenant Governor (Vote for One Pair)
- Heidi Ganahl / Danny Moore - Republican
- Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera - Democratic
- Paul Noël Fiorino / Cynthia Munhos de Aquino Sirianni - Unity
- Danielle Neuschwanger / Darryl Gibbs - American Constitution
- Kevin Ruskusky / Michele Poague - Librertarian
Secretary of State (Vote for One)
- Pam Anderson - Republican
- Jena Griswold - Democrat
- Gary Swing - Unit
- Jan Kok - Approval Voting
- Amanda Campbell - American Constitution
- Benne Rutledge - Libertarian
State Treasurer (Vote for One)
- Dave Young - Democratic
- Lang Sias - Republican
- Anthony J Delgado - Libertarian
Attorney General (Vote for One)
- John Kellner - Republican
- Phil Weiser - Democratic
- William F. Robinson III - Libertarian
State Board of Education Member - At Large (Vote for One)
- Kathy Plomer - Democratic
- Dan Maloit - Republican
- Ryan Van Gundy - Libertarian
- Eric Bobenstab - Unity
Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 4 (Vote for One)
- Jack Barrington - Democratic
- Frank McNulty - Republican
State Senator - District 35 (Vote for One)
- Rod Pelton - Republican
- Travis Star Nelson - Democratic
State Representative - District 47 (Vote for One)
- Edwin Dean Ormiston - Democratic
- Ty Winter - Republican
County Commissioner - District 1 (Vote for One)
- Roy Elliot - Republican
County Clerk and Recorder (Vote for One)
- Melinda "Mindy" Carter - Republican
County Treasurer (Vote for One)
- Holly McCuistion - Republican
County Assessor (Vote for One)
- Douglas K. England - Republican
County Sheriff (Vote for One)
- Terry Reeves - Republican
County Surveyor (Vote for One)
*there are no candidates for this office
County Coroner (Vote for One)
- Gary Gibson
Judicial Retention Questions
Colorado Court of Appeals Judge (Vote YES or NO)
- Shall Judge Jaclyn Casey Brown of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Terry Fox of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Chrisna Finzel Gomez of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Mahew D. Grove of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Sueanna P. Johnson of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Lino S. Lipinsky de Orlov of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge Neeti V. Pawar of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
- Shall Judge David H. Yun of the Colorado Court of Appeals be retained in office?
District Court Judge - 16th Judicial District (Vote for One)
Shall Judge Mark A. MacDonnell of the 16th Judicial District be retained in office?
Questions or Issues:
Ballot questions referred by the general assembly or any political subdivision are listed by letter, and ballot questions initiated by the people are listed numerically. A ballot question listed as an "amendment: proposes a change to the Colorado constitution, and a ballot question listed as a "proposition" proposes a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes. A "yes/for" vote on any ballot question is a vote in favor of changing current law or existing circumstances, and a "no/against" vote on any ballot question is a vote against changing current law or existing circumstances.
State Ballot Measures
Amendment D (CONSTITUTIONAL) New 23rd Judicial District Judges (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning judges of the newly created twenty-third judicial district, and, in connection therewith, directing the governor to designate judges from the eighteenth judicial district to serve the remainder of their terms in the twenty-third judicial district and requiring a judge so designated to establish residency within the twenty-third judicial district?
Amendment E (CONSTITUTIONAL) Extend Homestead Exemption to Gold Star Spouses (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning the extension of the property tax exemption for qualifying seniors and disabled veterans to the surviving spouse of a United States armed forces service member who died in the line of duty or veteran whose death resulted from a service-related injury or disease?
Amendment F (CONSTITUTIONAL) Changes to Charitable Gaming Operations (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning the conduct of charitable gaming activities, and, in connection therewith, allowing managers and operators to be paid and repealing the required period of a charitable organization’s continuous existence before obtaining a charitable gaming license?
Proposition FF (STATUTORY) Healthy School Meals for All (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
SHALL STATE TAXES BE INCREASED $100,727,820 ANNUALLY BY A CHANGE TO THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES THAT, TO SUPPORT HEALTHY MEALS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS, INCREASES STATE TAXABLE INCOME ONLY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE FEDERAL TAXABLE INCOME OF $300,000 OR MORE BY LIMITING ITEMIZED OR STANDARD STATE INCOME TAX DEDUCTIONS TO $12,000 FOR SINGLE TAX RETURN FILERS AND $16,000 FOR JOINT TAX RETURN FILERS, AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH, CREATING THE HEALTHY SCHOOL MEALS FOR ALL PROGRAM TO PROVIDE FREE SCHOOL MEALS TO STUDENTS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS; PROVIDING GRANTS FOR PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS TO PURCHASE COLORADO GROWN, RAISED, OR PROCESSED PRODUCTS, TO INCREASE WAGES OR PROVIDE STIPENDS FOR EMPLOYEES WHO PREPARE AND SERVE SCHOOL MEALS, AND TO CREATE PARENT AND STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEES TO PROVIDE ADVICE TO ENSURE SCHOOL MEALS ARE HEALTHY AND APPEALING TO ALL STUDENTS; AND CREATING A PROGRAM TO ASSIST IN PROMOTING COLORADO FOOD PRODUCTS AND PREPARING SCHOOL MEALS USING BASIC NUTRITIOUS INGREDIENTS WITH MINIMAL RELIANCE ON PROCESSED PRODUCTS?
Proposition GG (STATUTORY) Add Tax Information to Petitions and Ballots (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes requiring that the ballot title and fiscal summary for any ballot initiative that increases or decreases state income tax rates include a table showing the average tax change for tax filers in different income categories?
Proposition 121 (STATUTORY) State Income Tax Rate Reduction (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes reducing the state income tax rate from 4.55% to 4.40%?
Proposition 122 (STATUTORY) Access to Natural Psychedelic Substances (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning legal regulated access to natural medicine for persons 21 years of age or older, and, in connection therewith, defining natural medicine as certain plants or fungi that affect a person’s mental health and are controlled substances under state law; establishing a natural medicine regulated access program for supervised care, and requiring the department of regulatory agencies to implement the program and comprehensively regulate natural medicine to protect public health and safety; creating an advisory board to advise the department as to the implementation of the program; granting a local government limited authority to regulate the time, place, and manner of providing natural medicine services; allowing limited personal possession, use, and uncompensated sharing of natural medicine; providing specified protections under state law, including criminal and civil immunity, for authorized providers and users of natural medicine; and, in limited circumstances, allowing the retroactive removal and reduction of criminal penalties related to the possession, use, and sale of natural medicine?
Proposition 123 (STATUTORY) Dedicate Revenue for Affordable Housing Programs (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning statewide funding for additional affordable housing, and, in connection therewith, dedicating state revenues collected from an existing tax of one-tenth of one percent on federal taxable income of every individual, estate, trust, and corporation, as defined in law, for affordable housing and exempting the dedicated revenues from the constitutional limitation on state fiscal year spending; allocating 60% of the dedicated revenues to affordable housing financing programs that will reduce rents, purchase land for affordable housing development, and build assets for renters; allocating 40% of the dedicated revenues to programs that support affordable home ownership, serve persons experiencing homelessness, and support local planning capacity; requiring local governments that seek additional affordable housing funding to expedite development approvals for affordable housing projects and commit to increasing the number of affordable housing units by 3% annually; and specifying that the dedicated revenues shall not supplant existing appropriations for affordable housing programs?
Proposition 124 (STATUTORY) Increase Allowable Liquor Store Locations (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning increasing the number of retail liquor store licenses in which a person may hold an interest, and, in connection therewith, phasing in the increase by allowing up to 8 licenses by December 31, 2026, up to 13 licenses by December 31, 2031, up to 20 licenses by December 31, 2036, and an unlimited number of licenses on or after January 1, 2037?
Proposition 125 (STATUTORY) Allow Grocery and Convenience Stores to Sell Wine (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning the expansion of retail sale of alcohol beverages, and, in connection therewith, establishing a new fermented malt beverage and wine retailer license for off-site consumption to allow grocery stores, convenience stores, and other business establishments licensed to sell fermented malt beverages, such as beer, for off-site consumption to also sell wine; automatically converting such a fermented malt beverage retailer license to the new license; and allowing fermented malt beverage and wine retailer licensees to conduct tastings if approved by the local licensing authority?
Proposition 126 (STATUTORY) Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
Shall there be a change to the Colorado Revised Statutes concerning authorization for the third-party delivery of alcohol beverages, and, in connection therewith, allowing retail establishments licensed to sell alcohol beverages for on-site or off-site consumption to deliver all types of alcohol beverages to a person twenty-one years of age or older through a third-party delivery service that obtains a delivery service permit; prohibiting the delivery of alcohol beverages to a person who is under 21 years of age, is intoxicated, or fails to provide proof of identification; removing the limit on the percentage of gross sales revenues a licensee may receive from alcohol beverage deliveries; and allowing a technology services company, without obtaining a third-party delivery service permit, to provide software or a digital network application that connects consumers and licensed retailers for the delivery of alcohol beverages?
Municipal Ballot Measures
Town of Sugar City Ballot Issue 2A Marijuana Tax (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
SHALL THE TOWN OF SUGAR CITY'S MARIJUANA TAXES BE INCREASED ANNUALLY BY FIVE PERCENT COMMENCING IN 2023, AND BY WHATEVER ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER FROM A FIVE PERCENT SALES TAX ON MARIJUANA AND MARIJUANA PRODUCTS AND SHALL THE TOWN OF SUGAR CITY BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ALL REVENUE GENERATED BY SUCH TAX IN EXCESS OF THE LIMITATION PROVIDED IN SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE?
Town of Sugar City Ballot Issue 2B Sales Tax (Vote Yes/For or No/Against)
SHALL THE TOWN OF SUGAR CITY'S TAXES BE INCREASED ANNUALLY BY TWO PERCENT COMMENCING IN 2023, AND BY WHATEVER ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER FROM A TWO PERCENT SALES TAX (EXCEPT FOR CERTAIN PREPARED FOODS AND FOODS FOR IMMEDIATE CONSUMPTION TO WHICH A TWO PERCENT SALES TAX SHALL APPLY), AND SHALL THE TOWN OF SUGAR CITY BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ALL REVENUE GENERATED BY SUCH TAX IN EXCESS OF THE LIMITATION PROVIDED IN SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE?