El Paso County 2021 Democratic Party Reorganization
What is Re-Org?
In every odd-numbered year, the Colorado Democratic Party elects new officials at every level of the Party (except Precinct Organizers who are elected at caucus in even numbered years).
El Paso County
The following meetings will be run by the El Paso County Democratic Party.
Multi-county Districts are districts containing all or part of more than one county.
Such districts relevant to El Paso County are Senate District 2, Judicial District 4, Congressional District 5 and State. These districts will have separate Reorganization meetings after the El Paso County Reorganization.
Positions Up For Election
The following positions are up for election. Click on the position to go to the job description. The number of of people who will be elected to the position is in parenthesis. You may run for multiple positions.
Note that all terms are two years, Feb. 2021 - Feb. 2023.
The State House Districts in El Paso County are HD14, HD15, HD16, HD 17, HD18, HD19, HD20 and HD 21. The State Senate Districts are DS2, SD9, SD10, SD11 and SD12. SD2 is partially contained in El Paso County and its reorganization will take place separately. Read more about multi-county districts.
The County Commissioner Districts are CC1, CC2, CC3, CC4 and CC5.
The work level required for a district is significantly more in an election year for that district. Districts with a seat up for election in 2022 are:
All State House Districts
Senate Districts: 2, 9, and 11
County Commissions Districts 1 and 5
Who Can Run
To be eligible to run, you must:
Be a registered Democrat
Be a resident of the district for which you are seeking office
Both of the above for at least 30 days prior to the reorganization meeting holding the election in which you are running.