The state constitution prohibits anyone from applying who is or was "an elected public official at the federal, state, county, or municipal level in Colorado" within the three years preceding the application deadline. This means that since November 10, 2017, you cannot apply if you have held any of the following elected positions: U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, State Senator, State Representative, State Board of Education, University of Colorado Board of Regents, County Commissioner, Clerk and Recorder, Sheriff, Coroner, Surveyor, Assessor, Treasurer, Mayor, City Council Member, Town Trustee, or any other elected federal, state, county, or municipal official. Those holding elected positions on school boards or for special districts are not excluded from applying. Additionally, an applicant for the Independent Congressional Redistricting Commission cannot have been a candidate for federal elective office since November 10, 2015, and an applicant for the Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission cannot have been a candidate for the General Assembly since November 10, 2015.