Logan County Elections/Motor Vehicle/Recording

Logan County Elections/Motor Vehicle/Recording Information about Logan County (Colorado) Elections, Motor Vehicle & Recording within the County Cle

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MAKE A PLAN!Reminder:  Last working day in December is Thursday December 30, 2021.  This is the last day if you have a p...
12/22/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Reminder: Last working day in December is Thursday December 30, 2021.
This is the last day if you have a plate that expired in November to renew without late fees being applied.

MAKE A PLAN!

Reminder: Last working day in December is Thursday December 30, 2021.
This is the last day if you have a plate that expired in November to renew without late fees being applied.

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in December: • Thursday, December 23 at noon and • Friday, Decemb...
12/22/2021

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in December:
• Thursday, December 23 at noon and
• Friday, December 24, 2021 and
• Friday December 31, 2021 for the Holidays to allow our employees time to spend with their families.

Have a safe and happy holiday season from all of us at
Logan County Clerk and Recorder and Logan County Motor Vehicle Offices.

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in December:
• Thursday, December 23 at noon and
• Friday, December 24, 2021 and
• Friday December 31, 2021 for the Holidays to allow our employees time to spend with their families.

Have a safe and happy holiday season from all of us at
Logan County Clerk and Recorder and Logan County Motor Vehicle Offices.

12/21/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in December:
• Thursday, December 23 at noon and
• Friday, December 24, 2021 and
• Friday December 31, 2021 for the Holidays to allow our employees time to spend with their families.

2022 Election information:Deadlines coming up for the 2022 Election Cycle:   • January 3, 2022 Last day to affiliate wit...
12/21/2021

2022 Election information:
Deadlines coming up for the 2022 Election Cycle:
• January 3, 2022 Last day to affiliate with a major or minor party to run as a party candidate in the primary (either through nomination or petition). What this means is if you want to run as a candidate affiliated with a political party you must be registered with that party by this date.

• January 3, 2022 Last day to register as unaffiliated, in order to be placed in nomination (by petition) as an unaffiliated candidate. What this means is if you want to petition on the ballot as an unaffiliated candidate you must be registered as unaffiliated by this date.

2022 Election information:
Deadlines coming up for the 2022 Election Cycle:
• January 3, 2022 Last day to affiliate with a major or minor party to run as a party candidate in the primary (either through nomination or petition). What this means is if you want to run as a candidate affiliated with a political party you must be registered with that party by this date.

• January 3, 2022 Last day to register as unaffiliated, in order to be placed in nomination (by petition) as an unaffiliated candidate. What this means is if you want to petition on the ballot as an unaffiliated candidate you must be registered as unaffiliated by this date.

Have a license plate that expired in November?You have until the last working day of December to renew before being char...
12/15/2021

Have a license plate that expired in November?

You have until the last working day of December to renew before being charged late fees. Last working day in December is Thursday, December 30, 2021.

Have a license plate that expired in November?

You have until the last working day of December to renew before being charged late fees. Last working day in December is Thursday, December 30, 2021.

12/15/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Logan County offices will be CLOSED the following days:

Thursday, December 23, 2021 at noon
Friday, December 24, 2021 all day

Friday, December 31, 2021 all day

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

12/15/2021

Our entire office of the Logan County Clerk and Motor Vehicle Departments employees pay out of their own pockets to wear jeans on Wednesday's to work.

Twice a year we vote on what to do with our donated jean money to help the community.

Today we donated our second half of the year 2021 jean money for our office to a local community soup kitchen to help feed people in our community.

12/07/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in December:
• Thursday, December 23 at noon and
• Friday, December 24, 2021 and
• Friday December 31, 2021
for the Holidays to allow our employees time to spend with their families.

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:Colorado Department of Revenue will not be mailing January Motor Vehicle Renewal cards out unt...
12/07/2021

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:
Colorado Department of Revenue will not be mailing January Motor Vehicle Renewal cards out until January 2022 usually these are mailed the month before. This is due to a reduction in Road and Safety Surcharge that will be collected.

If you have a January plate expiration do not do your renewal until after January 1, 2022 so the correct fees are charged in Department of Revenue Systems. This does include on line and kiosk transactions as well.

Beginning 1/1/2022 thru 12/31/2022 the Road Safety Surcharge is reduced by $11.10.

Need more information call us 970-522-1158

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:
Colorado Department of Revenue will not be mailing January Motor Vehicle Renewal cards out until January 2022 usually these are mailed the month before. This is due to a reduction in Road and Safety Surcharge that will be collected.

If you have a January plate expiration do not do your renewal until after January 1, 2022 so the correct fees are charged in Department of Revenue Systems. This does include on line and kiosk transactions as well.

Beginning 1/1/2022 thru 12/31/2022 the Road Safety Surcharge is reduced by $11.10.

Need more information call us 970-522-1158

12/02/2021

Getting Married in 2022? Here are a few dates that are unforgettable for sure:

2-2-22
2-22-22

Need information on how to obtain your license? Go to our web page at logancounty.colorado.gov under clerk and recorder/marriage license information.

You can even fill out your application there and submit it electronically to us. Then call and set up your appointment to finish the process.

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:Effective January 1, 2022; SB-21-069 concerning license plates and, in connection therewith, s...
11/30/2021

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:
Effective January 1, 2022; SB-21-069 concerning license plates and, in connection therewith, specifying that the license plates of a motor vehicle that is classified as Class C personal property expires upon the sale and or transfer of the motor vehicle. Class C is listed as a bus, motorcycles, motor home, passenger vehicle and rentals)

What this means is when you sell or give a vehicle away that is a class C vehicle which is listed as bus, motorcycles, motor home, passenger vehicle and rentals. You may receive credit off of the plate that you had on the old vehicle BUT you will not be able to transfer those plates to the new purchased vehicle. This law requires you to obtain new plates.
• Exceptions: Personalized plates, Americans with Disability Plates and Horseless Carriage plates can be transferred. If you are attached to your plate number you apply for a personalized plate with that number on the personalized plate. Personalized plate fees will apply.

SB21-069 does not affect:
• Class B (Farm Truck, GVW, Light Truck, Rec Truck, Truck Tractors, TVW, Utility Trailers 2001 or more and Semi-Trailers),
• Class D (Utility trailers less than 2000, all camper trailers, all trailer coaches and all multi-purpose trailers) or
• Class F (Mobile Machinery and self-propelled construction equipment)
Class B, D & F vehicles can transfer plates from their old vehicle to their new purchased vehicle.

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:
Effective January 1, 2022; SB-21-069 concerning license plates and, in connection therewith, specifying that the license plates of a motor vehicle that is classified as Class C personal property expires upon the sale and or transfer of the motor vehicle. Class C is listed as a bus, motorcycles, motor home, passenger vehicle and rentals)

What this means is when you sell or give a vehicle away that is a class C vehicle which is listed as bus, motorcycles, motor home, passenger vehicle and rentals. You may receive credit off of the plate that you had on the old vehicle BUT you will not be able to transfer those plates to the new purchased vehicle. This law requires you to obtain new plates.
• Exceptions: Personalized plates, Americans with Disability Plates and Horseless Carriage plates can be transferred. If you are attached to your plate number you apply for a personalized plate with that number on the personalized plate. Personalized plate fees will apply.

SB21-069 does not affect:
• Class B (Farm Truck, GVW, Light Truck, Rec Truck, Truck Tractors, TVW, Utility Trailers 2001 or more and Semi-Trailers),
• Class D (Utility trailers less than 2000, all camper trailers, all trailer coaches and all multi-purpose trailers) or
• Class F (Mobile Machinery and self-propelled construction equipment)
Class B, D & F vehicles can transfer plates from their old vehicle to their new purchased vehicle.

11/22/2021

MOTOR VEHICLE INFORMATION:

Colorado Department of Revenue will not be mailing January Motor Vehicle Renewal cards out until January 2022. This is due to a reduction in Road and Safety Surcharge that will be collected.

If you have a January expiration do not do your renewal until after January 1, 2022 so the correct fees are charged in Department of Revenue Systems. This does include on line and kiosk transactions as well.

Beginning 1/1/2022 thru 12/31/2022 the Road Safety Surcharge is reduced by $11.10.

Need more information call us 970-522-1158

11/22/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Logan County Offices will be closed the following days in November:
**Thursday, November 25 and
**Friday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving Holiday to allow our employees time to spend with their families.

Thank you to all Logan County voters who made their voice heard for the November 2, 2021 election.  Kudos to all exercis...
11/17/2021

Thank you to all Logan County voters who made their voice heard for the November 2, 2021 election. Kudos to all exercising your right to vote and Thank you for turning your ballots in early! Logan County voters are some of the best in the state!

With 12,549 Active voters’; Logan County voted their ballots the following ways: Drop Box 4642, Mail 699, Counter Office Drop 554, In person 29, Property Owners 4 for a total ballot cast of 46% of the active voters.

Thank you to all the Election Judges that worked before, during and after the November 2, 2021 Coordinated Election. Your hard work and dedication made the election process go smoothly in Logan County and is appreciated more than you will ever know! The Logan County Clerk’s Office could not do all that we need to get done without all of you.

Thank you to all Logan County voters who made their voice heard for the November 2, 2021 election. Kudos to all exercising your right to vote and Thank you for turning your ballots in early! Logan County voters are some of the best in the state!

With 12,549 Active voters’; Logan County voted their ballots the following ways: Drop Box 4642, Mail 699, Counter Office Drop 554, In person 29, Property Owners 4 for a total ballot cast of 46% of the active voters.

Thank you to all the Election Judges that worked before, during and after the November 2, 2021 Coordinated Election. Your hard work and dedication made the election process go smoothly in Logan County and is appreciated more than you will ever know! The Logan County Clerk’s Office could not do all that we need to get done without all of you.

November 2, 2021 Coordinated Election Risk Limiting Audit is officially competed for Logan County.  ZERO Discrepancies! ...
11/17/2021

November 2, 2021 Coordinated Election Risk Limiting Audit is officially competed for Logan County.

ZERO Discrepancies!

Nice job bi partisan team of judges that assisted us with the RLA and the bi partisan teams that worked the election!

November 2, 2021 Coordinated Election Risk Limiting Audit is officially competed for Logan County.

ZERO Discrepancies!

Nice job bi partisan team of judges that assisted us with the RLA and the bi partisan teams that worked the election!

11/17/2021

MAKE A PLAN!

Logan County Offices will be CLOSED Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving Day Holiday!

Offices will be open Monday, November 29, 2021.

Have a happy and safe holiday!

County Office's will be Closed Thursday,  November 11, 2021 in observance of Veterans Day! Thank you for your service!
11/09/2021

County Office's will be Closed Thursday, November 11, 2021 in observance of Veterans Day!

Thank you for your service!

County Office's will be Closed Thursday, November 11, 2021 in observance of Veterans Day!

Thank you for your service!

ELECTION MYTH BUSTING IN COLORADO: • If I use anything other than the blue or black pen that does not bleed on the other...
11/04/2021

ELECTION MYTH BUSTING IN COLORADO:

• If I use anything other than the blue or black pen that does not bleed on the other side of my ballot, like the instructions on the top of the ballot says, my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado we recommend using a blue or black ink pen that does not bleed onto the other side BUT you can use any color of pen, even pencil or a sharpie and your ballot will be counted.

• If I don’t put my secrecy sleeve in my mail ballot envelope my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado the secrecy sleeve is the voter’s choice to enclose or not enclose. Your ballot will be counted if you don’t have a secrecy sleeve.

• If I don’t turn my mail ballot into my county of residence my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado you can return your mail ballot in at any County VSPC or Drop Box in the state of Colorado and that county will forward to your county of residency to count the ballot.

• Mail ballots are counted (tabulated) different than in person ballots?
o FALSE, in Colorado mail ballots and in person ballots are both paper and are counted (tabulated) the same way. They are all ran into a scanner for counting (tabulating).

• If I initial, sign or write anything on my ballot that will disqualify my ballot?
o FALSE, in Colorado your ballot will be counted. Any marks made by the voter on their ballot that might identify that voter’s ballot will be duplicated on a new ballot by a bipartisan team of election judges with two other bipartisan judges watching them. This is to protect voter privacy.

• If I sign my ballot envelope different than what is printed on my envelope my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado your ballot will be counted, signature verification judges are trained on signature analysis, leaving off a middle name or middle initial will not disqualify your ballot.

What might cause a problem with my ballot being counted in Colorado?
o Missing signature on the envelope
o Signature discrepancy, which means the bipartisan election judges that must check every signature can not match the signature on your ballot envelope with any of the signatures on file for you in our election data base.
o Identification Required and was not provided.
BUT, WAIT FOR IT: In Colorado you have 8 days after the election (November 10) to cure missing signature, discrepant signature or ID required by filling out a form saying you in fact did vote your ballot and returned it and provide proper identification to the County Clerk and your ballot will be counted.

• How does Colorado get unofficial results out so fast on election night?
o In Colorado we are allowed to process ballots starting fifteen days before the election. We can’t tabulate the results until polls close at 7:00 p.m. and at that point we can hit the tabulate button and print results.

ELECTION MYTH BUSTING IN COLORADO:

• If I use anything other than the blue or black pen that does not bleed on the other side of my ballot, like the instructions on the top of the ballot says, my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado we recommend using a blue or black ink pen that does not bleed onto the other side BUT you can use any color of pen, even pencil or a sharpie and your ballot will be counted.

• If I don’t put my secrecy sleeve in my mail ballot envelope my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado the secrecy sleeve is the voter’s choice to enclose or not enclose. Your ballot will be counted if you don’t have a secrecy sleeve.

• If I don’t turn my mail ballot into my county of residence my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado you can return your mail ballot in at any County VSPC or Drop Box in the state of Colorado and that county will forward to your county of residency to count the ballot.

• Mail ballots are counted (tabulated) different than in person ballots?
o FALSE, in Colorado mail ballots and in person ballots are both paper and are counted (tabulated) the same way. They are all ran into a scanner for counting (tabulating).

• If I initial, sign or write anything on my ballot that will disqualify my ballot?
o FALSE, in Colorado your ballot will be counted. Any marks made by the voter on their ballot that might identify that voter’s ballot will be duplicated on a new ballot by a bipartisan team of election judges with two other bipartisan judges watching them. This is to protect voter privacy.

• If I sign my ballot envelope different than what is printed on my envelope my ballot will be disqualified?
o FALSE, in Colorado your ballot will be counted, signature verification judges are trained on signature analysis, leaving off a middle name or middle initial will not disqualify your ballot.

What might cause a problem with my ballot being counted in Colorado?
o Missing signature on the envelope
o Signature discrepancy, which means the bipartisan election judges that must check every signature can not match the signature on your ballot envelope with any of the signatures on file for you in our election data base.
o Identification Required and was not provided.
BUT, WAIT FOR IT: In Colorado you have 8 days after the election (November 10) to cure missing signature, discrepant signature or ID required by filling out a form saying you in fact did vote your ballot and returned it and provide proper identification to the County Clerk and your ballot will be counted.

• How does Colorado get unofficial results out so fast on election night?
o In Colorado we are allowed to process ballots starting fifteen days before the election. We can’t tabulate the results until polls close at 7:00 p.m. and at that point we can hit the tabulate button and print results.

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