Electioneering (aka, Campaigning) & Campaign Signs

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Electioneering (aka Campaigning)
What is electioneering ?
Electioneering (aka, Campaigning) includes:
  • Campaigning for or against any candidate or measure on the ballot
  • Soliciting signatures for a petition
  • Communication that refers to any candidate or party who is on the ballot
  • Sharing, exchanging, or displaying campaign material
  • Wearing or displaying any hats, pins, buttons, t-shirts, artwork, etc. that advertise candidates and/or ballot measures on the ballot.
Is electioneering allowed at vote centers?
Under Colorado law, electioneering is not allowed inside a vote center or within 100 feet of any building in which a vote center is located. This applies to election day, and any time prior to election day when voting is permitted.
Is electioneering allowed at 24-hour ballot boxes?
Electioneering is only allowed outside of a 100-feet circle around a 24-hour ballot box. This applies to election day, and any time prior to election day when voting is permitted.

All 24-hour ballot boxes are under 24-hour video surveillance when boxes are open for voting. 
Questions?
Contact Eagle County Elections at elections@eaglecounty.us or 970-328-8715.
Campaign Signs
Are campaign signs allowed at the Eagle County offices in Eagle and El Jebel?

Campaign signs are allowed on Eagle County campuses in Eagle and El Jebel. Refer to Eagle County Resolution 2012-40 for information relating to signage (beginning on page 5), and maps designating where signs are allowed on these properties (beginning on page 8). 

All signage must be removed promptly after each election.

Are campaign signs allowed in roundabouts or other public areas?
Placement of campaign signs in public areas is regulated by municipalities (for example, Towns of Eagle, Avon, Minturn, etc.), or the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). 

For more detailed information on what is allowed by the towns, you may wish to contact town personnel directly.  The CDOT contact page can be found here: https://www.codot.gov/topcontent/contact-cdot

All signage must be removed promptly after each election.
Are campaign signs allowed on private property?
Campaign signage is allowed on private property, with the owner's approval.  All signage must be removed promptly after each election.
Questions?
Contact Eagle County Elections at elections@eaglecounty.us or 970-328-8715.
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