Each voter will be part of a county precinct and a county district that is established by the county. If you are registered County Clerk Jean Alberico should have sent you a card to explain your representation. Garfield County Clerk Jean Alberico at 970-945-2377, ext 1820.
If you did not get a card from the County Clerk you need to make sure you are registered and you can do that by going to the Colorado Secretary of State https://www.sos.state.co.us/Voter/secuRegVoterIntro.do
However each voter will also be part of a State Senate District and a State House District. These are districts that associate the voter with specific state senator and state representatives. These are the people that will represent the voter in important state legislative matters including environmental laws, energy laws, taxation laws and education laws.
Districts are also set aside for representation in the US House of Representatives. These representatives will represent you in important legislation concerning the national defense and national domestic policies. The university of Colorado uses these same districts to elect candidates to their board. The University of Colorado Board of Reagents creates all the policies that govern the multiple campuses of the University,
The President and Vice President are elected by the Electoral College that is based on the popular vote in each state. The President and Vice President must receive 270 electoral votes to be elected.