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June 03, 2024 11:13 AM UTC

Ballots are Coming! Ballots are Coming!

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  • by: Colorado Pols

The June 25th Primary Election is three weeks away, which means ballots are en route to mailboxes across Colorado.

Colorado’s ballot delivery system (more or less)

According to a press release from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office, ballots for races in Colorado’s fourth congressional district are the first out the door because CO-04 needs to conduct both a “special election” and a regular Primary election:

Starting today, Colorado County Clerks may begin mailing ballots to active registered voters for the June 25 State Primary Election and Congressional District 4 (CD-4) Vacancy Election.

“Ballots are arriving to your mailbox soon,” said Secretary Griswold. “There is still time to register to vote if you have not already, and I encourage every eligible Coloradan to do so.”

County Clerks must mail ballots by Friday, June 7 to active voters for the State Primary Election and CD-4 Congressional Vacancy Election.

Coloradans can still register to vote and update their voter registration at GoVoteColorado.gov through June 17 in order to receive a ballot in the mail. Coloradans can register to vote and vote in-person at a voting center until 7 p.m. on Election Day.

Pursuant to Election Order 2024-01, the CD-4 Election will be on the same ballot as the 2024 State Primary Election. All voters in CD-4 will be able to vote in the Congressional Vacancy Election.

And remember:

Coloradans who are affiliated with a major party – Republican or Democratic – will receive only the ballot of the party with which they are affiliated. Unaffiliated voters will receive a ballot for both major parties and can only vote one of those ballots for their vote to be counted. Minor party voters in CD-4 whose party is not holding a primary election will receive a ballot featuring only the CD-4 Congressional Vacancy Election. [Pols emphasis]

Ballots for voters outside of CO-04 should also be arriving shortly. You can track the travels of your particular ballot via BallotTrax. For more information on voting and to check your registration, head over to GoVoteColorado.com.

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11 thoughts on “Ballots are Coming! Ballots are Coming!

  1. ANYONE planning to shift their registration's affiliation to get a different ballot….

    TODAY I'd the last day to shift for the primary.

     

    1. I did two years ago and I don't regret it for the most part. 

      I got to vote for a woman of color in the March presidential primary this year. She was no great prize but she was a lot better than the alternative – you know, the convicted felon. 

      Two years ago, I got to vote for Joe O'Dea – again, no great prize and my vote was for the primary only – but Horse Sushi and all, O'Dea was preferrable to Loren Hanks.

      In hindsight, I probably wasted too much ink voting for the Heidi the Moron over Greg the Wife Beater, but at the time, Ganahl seemed marginally better than Lopez.

      I don't regret voting for Pam Anderson or Colin Larson their primary opponents.

      If you don't like the MAGA candidates vote against them – as often as lawfully possible.

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