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Mission Statement
The mission of the Archuleta County Clerk & Recorder’s Office Election Department is to serve the public of Archuleta County by performing all constitutional and statutory duties, ensuring the integrity of elections.

The Election Department is run by the County Clerk & Recorder who is the Election Official for all Archuleta County elections. Every year, there is a possibility of an election. There is always a General Election in November. On odd-years there is a possibility that the election would be a Mail Ballot Election. All Archuleta County elections are held under C.R.S. Title I and the Rules as set by the Colorado Secretary of State.

Colorado does NOT issue Voter Registration Cards for ID purposes or to have as proof of your eligibility to vote. You may request a Certification of Registration when you visit the Election’s Office if one is needed for any other purpose.

Voter Service Polling Center

For all Mail Ballot Elections there will only be one Polling Place.
Archuleta County Election’s Office
449 San Juan St.
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(Downstairs-Courthouse basement) 

New & Current Registration Information
Colorado online voter registration is available here or at the Colorado Secretary of State's website.

You may register at the Election’s Office located in the Archuleta County Courthouse at 449 San Juan Street downstairs. The easiest access is from the back of the building. Valid acceptable identification is required.

Registration may also be made at the time you apply for or renew your Colorado Driver’s License. You may also request a voter registration application be mailed to you by contacting the Election’s Office at the number listed on this site.   

You may download the Voter Registration Application by clicking here or visiting       

Confirm Registration
If you wish to confirm your Colorado voter registration or make changes to your record, you may do so on-line at Go Vote Colorado website.

How do I Register to Vote?

Every person who is 16 years of age and applying for Colorado Driver’s License may now choose to register to vote. They will not be allowed to vote until they reach the age of 18 by the time the election they wish to vote for comes up. Any other person who is 18 years of age or older on the date of the next election and who has the following qualifications is entitled to register to vote:
• A citizens of the United States
• A resident of the State of Colorado and the precinct in which the person intends to register for at least 22 days immediately prior to the election.
No person while serving a sentence of detention or confinement in a correctional facility, jail location a felony conviction or while serving a sentence of parole shall be eligible to register to vote or vote in any election.

Anyone registering to vote must sign the self-affirmation.

Self Affirmation
I affirm that I am a citizen of the United States, I have been a resident of the State of Colorado for at least 22 days, I am at least sixteen years old and understand that I must be eighteen years old to be eligible to vote, I meet the registration qualifications and belief and I further affirm that I will not cast more than one ballot in any election. I am aware that if I register to vote in Colorado I am also considered a resident of Colorado for motor vehicle registration and operation purposes and for income tax purposes. I further affirm that my present address as stated herein is my sole legal place of residence and that I claim no other place as my legal residence.

How to register or make changes to my voter record in person
You may register to vote at the office of the Archuleta County Election’s office, the Town Clerk’s office, the Department of Human Services or at any Colorado Driver’s License office. In order to register to vote in person, you need to provide a valid Colorado Driver’s License number. You may also supply the last four number of your social security number. C.R.S. 1-2-204(2)(f.5)

By Mail
If you are registering to vote for the first time in the State of Colorado and you are mailing your completed Voted Registration Application form in, you must provide one of the following identification numbers: Colorado Driver’s License number or ID number issued by the Department of Revenue; if you do not yet have one, you shall provide the last four digits of the voter’s Social Security number. If you have not been issued a Social Security number, you must provide a copy of one of the forms of identification in Secretary of State’s Rule 30.1.6, C.R.S. 1-2-501(2)(a) and 1-1-104(19.5)

Contact Us
June Madrid
Clerk & Recorder

449 San Juan St.
P.O. Box 2589
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Ph: (970) 264-8331
Fx: (970) 264-8562

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Election Day Hours
7:00 am - 7:00 pm
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