- In the 2023 November election, the City of Boulder will conduct Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) for the first time to elect its Mayor.
- Starting in 2026, the City of Boulder will transition to even-year elections for all municipal candidate races.
- In order to transition to even-year elections, in the 2023 election the term length for both the Mayor and City Council members elected will be 3 years.
Upcoming Changes to City of Boulder Elections
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Tuesday November 7th, 2023
13-3-2. Allegation of Election Code Violation by Registered Elector.
(a) A registered elector of the city may file a complaint with the city clerk alleging that any provision of Chapter 13-2, "Campaign Finance, Disclosure and Reporting Requirements," B.R.C. 1981, of this title has been violated. The complaint shall be in writing and must be submitted no later than forty-five days following any election in which it is alleged that the violation occurred. The complaint shall:
(1) Identify the particular provisions of Chapter 13-2, "Campaign Finance, Disclosure and Reporting Requirements" that allegedly were violated;
(2) Identify the person violating the stated provisions (the "respondent");
(3) State the factual basis for that allegation;
(4) Identify any relevant documents or other evidence;
(5) Identify any witnesses or persons with relevant knowledge; and
(6) State whether the person filing the complaint (the "complainant") is willing to pursue the complaint through a hearing process as provided for in this chapter if the city clerk determines a hearing is necessary.
(b) The city clerk will notify the respondent and may provide the respondent an opportunity to provide information or otherwise respond to the allegations of the complaint.