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Election Data Access and Request Form

Election Data Access and Request Form

Boulder County Elections is pleased to offer the below reports free of charge and available for download upon request. To request access to the data files, please complete the Elections Data Request form below and we will send you a link (please allow up to three business days). All data comes from the Colorado Statewide Voter Registration Database (SCORE) and is provided in its original, unaltered form in a delimited text format. To review the data, you will need an appropriate software program (such as Microsoft Access or Excel).

All information contained in these reports is considered public under state law. Data files do not include voters who are protected as “confidential” voters in accordance with Colorado law (C.R.S. 24-72-204). Voter data is not provided for pre-registered voters under age 18 (C.R.S. 1-2-227). We will never disclose voters’ social security numbers, driver’s license or state-issued identification numbers, electronic copies of voter signatures, voter email addresses, or how a voter voted (which becomes anonymous during the ballot processing procedure when ballots are separated from their envelope). (C.R.S. 1-2-302, C.R.S. 1-1-110 and 1-7-105)

This file contains relevant details for active and inactive registered voters in Boulder County; confidential voters are not included. This file is useful as a simple voter list for voter communications.

Sample output fields include: Voter ID, Voter Name, Residential Address, City/State/Zip, Phone Number, Registration and Effective Date, Party, Affiliation Date, Status, Mailing Address, Mailing City/State/Zip/Country, ID required, Gender, Birth Year

Frequency updated: Once per month by the first calendar day of the month

Download instructions: Please complete the Elections Data Request Form below. The Elections Division will email you a link to access the data file within three business days.

This file contains relevant details for active registered voters in Boulder County; confidential voters are not included. The export, which includes the voter’s current mail and/or in-person voting status, can be used to identify voters who have or have not yet voted.

Sample output fields include: Voter ID, Name, Year of Birth, Gender, Party, Preference, Phone, UOCAVA Status, Precinct, Residential Address, Mailing Address, Vote Method, Mail Ballot Sent Date, Mail Ballot Received Date, Voted Party, In Person Vote Date, Ballot Issuing Location

Frequency updated: Updated weekdays, this report is posted Monday – Friday beginning 22 days before an election. The last report will be posted the day after the election.

Download instructions: Please complete the Elections Data Request Form below. The Elections Division will email you a link to access the data file within three business days.

This file is a list of voters (no confidential voters) with ballots that have been rejected for one of the following “curable” reasons: No signature, signature discrepancy, or valid identification required. The list includes ballots that are rejected for a curable reason that have been in that status for at least 72 hours. If the voter provides the appropriate information, their ballot can be “cured” so that their ballot can be fully processed. As individuals “cure” their ballot envelopes, their names are automatically removed from the report.

Sample output fields include: Voter ID, Name, Year of Birth, Party, Phone, Residential Address, Mailing Address, Ballot Address, Mail Ballot Sent Date, Mail Ballot Received Date, Reject Reason

Frequency updated: This report is posted every Friday beginning 22 days before an election. The last report will be posted on the Friday after election day.

Download instructions: Please complete the Elections Data Request Form below. The Elections Division will email you a link to access the data file within three business days.

For map orders, master voter history data file (see description below), and other data requests beyond the above publicly available reports, please complete the form below. A payment may be required for your request.

Additional information:

  • Payment: If your request requirements payment (typically due to significant research time), you will receive an email with your data request along with payment instructions. Please allow up to 3 business days for a staff member to be in touch regarding cost. If no payment is required, we will process your request and notify you via email when the data is available.
  • Open Records: This data request form cannot be used for Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) requests. Please use the Boulder County CORA portal to submit CORA requests.
  • Results, Ballot Content, Voter Registration Counts, Etc. Data: Before submitting a request, please review the elections website to see if we have the data you are seeking available. For instance, ballot content for past elections may be found by reviewing TABOR content or sample ballot content by year. Or, if you are looking to get voter registration counts, such as how many unaffiliated voters are there in Longmont, try using our Active Voter Registration Counts tool (unofficial purposes only).

Master Voter History Data File (EX-002) – This file contains relevant details for active and inactive registered voters in Boulder County; confidential voters are not included. This file must be ordered as it cannot be automatedly generated and posted to our FTP website.

  • Sample output fields include: Voters Voting History Information, Voter ID, Election Type and Date, Election Description, Voting Method, Party, County Name, Voter Name, Registration and Effective Date, Last Date Updated, Old Voter ID, House Number Unit Type / Number, Street, Name/Type, Residential Address City/State/Zip, Mailing Address City/State/Zip/Country, Voter Status, Gender / Birth, Year, Precinct Code, Precinct Name, District Type (Description)
  • Frequency updated: Updated once per month by the first business day of the month, excluding holidays.
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Elections Division

303-413-7740

303-413-7728 (Fax)

Email
www.BoulderCountyVotes.org

**New as of Jan 4, 2021**
7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Mon-Thurs.
CLOSED Fridays

Location

Boulder: 1750 33rd Street (main office)
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Longmont: 529 Coffman Street*
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Lafayette: 1376 Miners Drive*
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Mailing Address

1750 33rd Street, Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80301