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General Election Ballot Information

The composite sample ballot for the November 8, 2022 General Election includes ALL districts and contests. Douglas County voters will receive the ballot style containing ONLY those districts and contests specific to their residential address on which they are eligible to vote.


The Douglas County Ballot Proposals and Election Information (TABOR Book) is mailed to each address with one or more active, registered electors residing in a precinct with a TABOR issue (tax issue) on the ballot. Electors receiving the TABOR Book may not be eligible to vote on all issues presented. Douglas County Elections is required to prepare and send this notice in accordance with the State of Colorado Constitution and the Colorado Uniform Election Code. Only ballot issues (tax issues) are included in this publication, and the issues contained in the TABOR Book will only be on your ballot if you reside within that jurisdiction. Douglas County Elections is not responsible for ballot issue language, fiscal information, or comment summaries presented. For additional information about a ballot proposal, contact the Designated Election Official (DEO) for the political subdivision who is submitting the ballot proposal.