Colorado County Clerks Association (CCCA)

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The Colorado County Clerks Association (CCCA) is a non-governmental entity; its members consist of the 64 County Clerks of Colorado and their designee.

Each Clerk and Recorder's Office is responsible for issuing and recording marriage licenses, recording all real estate transactions, issuing liquor licenses, registering voters, conducting all primary, general and county elections, and, when contracted, municipal and school district elections. The Clerk and Recorder's Office also operates the Motor Vehicle Divisions in the State of Colorado for titling vehicles and issuing license plates.

Congratuations to Pitkin County Clerk Janice Vos Caudill

The Colorado County Clerks Association extends a heartfelt congratulations to long-time Pitkin County Clerk, Janice Vos Caudill on her retirement. As one of the longest-serving and most knowledgeable clerks, her loss will be felt in her home county as well as across the state. Janice not only worked tirelessly on behalf of the residents in Pitkin County, but she also made considerable contributions to the state as a whole as well as to this association, where she served as President, Vice President and Secretary among other roles. CCCA Executive Director Matt Crane recently spoke to the Aspen Daily News about Janice:

“Every clerk owes her a debt of gratitude for her tireless work to make Colorado a better place to vote. Janice will be dearly missed, but we also wish her all the best in her retirement.”

You can read more in the Aspen Daily News: Longtime Pitkin clerk and recorder announces retirement

CCCA Statement on the 2020 General Election and Election Integrity

On December 15th, 2020 the Colorado County Clerks Association was called to testify at the Colorado General Assembly Audit Committee regarding the November General Election as election experts. The CCCA, represented by Legislative Co Chairs Chuck Broerman (El Paso Clerk) and Gilbert Ortiz (Pueblo County Clerk), and Executive Director Pam Anderson, made a strong statement of the validity of the election results. Colorado elections have strong access and integrity laws, processes, and procedures. The publicly appointed boards test, verify, audit and verify that the outcome of the election is correct. The allegations regarding the Dominion Voting systems are false and the audit of the paper ballots demonstrated the facts. Colorado elections are secure and independently verifiable and are not dependent on the voting systems, but paper ballots.

To hear the testimony click here: COLEG Audit Committee Hearing, December 15, 2020 The CCCA testimony starts at approximately 11:40 a.m.

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CCCA Mission Statement

"Create an organizational structure that supports best practices, use of technology and appropriate legislation through teamwork, communication and mutual respect."

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