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Regular Municipal Elections are held on the first Tuesday in November in odd-numbered years. Because there are two councilmembers from each ward, citizens generally elect one Councilmember from each of the three Wards every two years and a Mayor every four years.

The City Clerk is the designated election official for all Municipal Elections. General Elections, where United States senators, representatives to congress, state and district officers, county commissioners and other county officers are elected, are held on the first Tuesday in November of even-numbered years and conducted by the County Clerk's office.

City of Brush Election - November 5, 2019

If you are interested in being a City Council member, each of the three wards will have an opening. A candidate informational meeting will be held in council chambers, 600 Edison, on Monday, August 5, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. If you have questions, contact City Clerk Andrea Strand at 970.842.5001 Ext 250 or Citizens interested in becoming candidates for City Council will be circulating a nomination petition between August 6-27, 2019. They may be coming door to door asking you to sign their petition. Make sure you are registered to vote! You may register to vote or check your voter registration status at the following website:

Voter Registration

To register to vote you must be 18 years of age by the next Election Day, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of your present address at least thirty days prior to the election.

Register in person in the City Clerk's Office, the County Clerk's office or the Driver's License Bureau in the County.

Candidate Requirements for Municipal Election

The Mayor and City Council members are elected for four-year terms in Regular Municipal Elections. The terms of Councillors and the Mayor begin the first meeting in January following their election and continue for a term of four years. The Mayor presides over Council meetings and is the recognized head of the City government. The Council chooses by majority vote one of its members to be Mayor pro tem, who in the absence of the Mayor, will perform the duties of the Mayor.

An individual is eligible to be a candidate for Brush City Council if, at the time of election, he or she is a citizen of the United States; is at least 18 years of age; is a registered voter by the date of the election; is a resident of Brush for one year immediately preceding the election, and has not been convicted of a felony. A candidate for Councillor must reside in their specific ward for twelve consecutive months immediately preceding the election.

Ward Boundaries

Mayor: Entire City limits

Ward 1: Running north and south - west side of Hospital Road to west City limits

Ward 2: Running north and south - east side of Hospital Road to west side of Carson Street

Ward 3: Running north and south - east side of Carson Street to east City limits

Election Calendar

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