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Updating Your Ballot/Voting Information

  The Prowers County Clerk & Recorder’s Office has just sent out Undeliverable Ballot and Active Failed to Vote Notices to the citizens of Prowers County, pertaining to the last General Election held, November 3, 2014.  If you receive one of these Notices, please fill out the information enclosed and return it to the County […]

June 24 Primary Election Information

  Jana Coen, Prowers County Clerk & Recorder issued a reminder for active registered voters that all ballots have now been mailed to either their street address or Post Office Box.  If you have not yet received your ballot, come to the Prowers County Clerk’s Office at 301 South Main Street to request a replacement, […]

Party Affiliation & Voter Registration for the 2014 Primary Election

DEADLINE:          Friday, May 23, 2014, is the last day to change his or her affiliation.  The elector must vote the ballot for the party he or she is affiliated with.  If the elector makes an affiliation change after the deadline, the county must defer processing that change until after the election. Registered unaffiliated electors: The […]

Letter to the Editor: Coen Announces for Re-election

  To: The Citizens of Prowers County, I would like to announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of Prowers County Clerk. I have had the pleasure of serving you in that capacity for the past 5 years. I am a registered Republican; however the Oath of Office for the County Clerk demands that […]

Information for November General Election for Prowers County Voters

  Jana Coen, Prowers County Clerk and Recorder has compiled some necessary information for Prowers County voters for the November General Election.  This year will see a Coordinated Mail Ballot Election.  This means there will be NO voting at a polling location on November 5.  All balloting will be conducted by mail.  The Clerk and […]

Governor Accepting Invitation to Discuss Prowers County Drought Impact

  The Prowers County Commissioners and representatives for Governor HIckenlooper are working to firm up details for an August visit by the governor to Prowers County, a follow-up of an invitation by the commissioners to view first-hand, the effects of the long-standing drought in Prowers and other southeast Colorado Counties.    The Prowers County Commissioners, during […]

Letter to the Editor – Recount Response

  I would like to present an alternate viewpoint to Jillane Hixson’s recent letter to the editor concerning her request for a recount of the Seufer/Schnable race for County Commissioner.  First, I should point out that I am writing solely as an individual. Due to personal time constraints, I do not currently hold office in […]

Letter to the Editor – Recount

  In 2008, John Duvall lost the election to Henry Schnabel, for Prowers County Commissioner, by 19 votes.   Because the outcome was a few decimal points shy of  0.5%  (the threshold to automatically qualify for a RECOUNT);    the Prowers County Clerk, Dottie McCaslin,  informed  DuVall that he would need to pay the county $7,000 for […]

VOTER INFORMATION – From The Prowers County Clerk’s Office

  If you are a registered Active voter and requested your ballot by mail you should have already receive your ballot.  Mail-In and Absentee Voters are the only voters that will automatically receive their ballots by mail for this 2012 General Election.  If you did not receive your ballot in the mail and you requested […]

Voter ID Information for Prowers County

Acceptable Forms of Identification for the purpose of voting.  The following types of identification are acceptable and must have a Colorado address:  A valid Colorado driver’s license; A valid identification card issued by the Department of Revenue; A valid US Passport; A valid employee ID card with a photo of the eligible elector issued by […]

Thirty Day Comment Period Open for Prowers District Changes

The Prowers County Commissioners are extending a decision date by thirty days, to allow citizens time to ask questions or make recommendations on the proposed district changes in Prowers County. A public hearing was held during the commissioner’s meeting on Thursday, July 14. Only a handful of citizens attended, asking questions to clarify the intricate […]

Show Me the Money says Prowers Lodging Panel

The Prowers County Lodging Panel received some, but not all the answers they wanted, as to how or when the state issues quarterly payments to the county tourism funding board, collected from a 2% tax on local motels. Jana Coen, Prowers County Clerk and Recorder attended the monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 21, with county […]