County and District Assemblies
Please note: This description of county assembly and district assemblies applies to Denver County. There may be variations of what occurs depending on which county you live in.
The county assembly is convened to designate county candidates for the primary election and to select delegates and alternates to higher district assemblies and the state assembly. A candidate needs at least 30% of the assembly votes cast to be placed on the primary election ballot.
Denver is a combined City and County. Denver does not elect county commissioners. The County Sheriff and Assessor are appointed by the mayor. Denver does not have a Treasurer. The Manager of Revenue is appointed by the mayor. The Clerk and Auditor are non-partisan elected positions.
The following committees are appointed for the county assembly: credentials, rules, and resolutions.
The following activities occur at the county assembly:
Adoption of Credential Committee Report
Adoption of the Rules
Ratification of the election of precinct committee persons.
Ratification of delegates and alternates to higher legislative district assemblies.
Delegates and alternates to the County assembly are the same for single county State House and Senate districts within the county.
Election of First Congressional Assembly Delegates and Alternates
Election of State Assembly Delegates and Alternates
Denver elects their state delegates and alternates by district which are ratified by the county assembly.
Adoption of Resolutions
The Denver County assembly will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2024. The assembly will start at 9:00 am with check in beginning at 8:00 am. The location will be the Community Center of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Denver at 4610 E. Alameda Avenue, Denver, CO 80246.
District assemblies designate candidates to the primary election ballot. Single County legislative district assemblies are held the same day as the county assembly. The following single county assemblies are associated with Denver County.
Second Judicial District
State House Districts (Single County) – 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8.
State Senate Districts (2024) - 31 & 33
Multi County State House Districts - 3 and 9 meet at a separate time and location.
Multi County State Senate District - 26 will meet at a separate time and location.
First Congressional District Assembly and Convention will be held on Tuesday, April 2, 2023. The assembly and convention will start at 7:00 pm with the check in beginning at 6:15 pm. The location will be the Community Center of the Assumption Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Denver at 4610 E. Alameda Avenue, Denver, CO 80246.
All Denver precincts except for 914 and 915 are part of the First Congressional District. Precincts 914 and 915 are part of the Sixth Congressional District.
The following Arapahoe County Precincts are part of the First Congressional District:
Holly Hills, precincts 137, 138, & 139
Glendale, precincts 501 & 502.