How much do you know about 2023 elections?
The League of Women Voters of Jefferson County is here to inform voters with its recently updated Citizen’s Guide, slated to appear online by mid-April at https://bit.ly/3IDOS52 in a downloadable format.
The comprehensive Citizen’s Guide includes contact information for local, state and national elected officials, as well as county, district and state court judges. Voting information includes details about voter registration and Special District elections. An election calendar alerts voters to qualifications and schedules.
For example, April 25 is the last day citizens can request an absentee ballot in order to vote in the May 2 Special District elections. These could be by mail, absentee ballot or in person. Voters should check with the individual districts in which they pay taxes for more detailed information, or go to https://bit.ly/3YWKLJx
As the governing engines of towns, municipalities and unincorporated areas, Special Districts provide vital local services: Water and sanitation, fire, and parks and recreation, among others. To view the districts included in your property tax bill, visit https://bit.ly/3Lg9YYX
Detailed information about future municipal and school board elections in November can be found later this year at VOTE411.org. For more information about the League of Women Voters of Jefferson County, visit LWVJeffco.org.