Constitution Party Election Board Members, and Republican Members, Block Boulder County, Colorado, from Certifiying Election ResultsNovember 28th, 2012
Three political parties in Colorado enjoy the ability to appoint members to county election boards. The three parties are the Democratic, Republican, and Constitution Parties. The Constitution Party is considered a major party under the law because its gubernatorial nominee in 2010 polled over 10% of the vote. According to this story, in Boulder County, the Constitution and Republican county election board members voted not to certify the county’s results, because they are dissatisfied with some of the procedures used on election day.