PRIMARY ELECTION INFORMATIONCOLORADO PRIMARY ELECTION DAY: JUNE 28, 2016
EARLY VOTING BEGINS JUNE 20, 2016
REQUIREMENTS TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY:
You must be affiliated with a political party in order to vote for that party's nominees in the primary. Affiliated voters who wish to change their party affiliation must do so by May 31. Unaffiliated voters may affiliate with a political party anytime before or on June 28.
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HOW TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY:
- Every voter in Colorado automatically receives a ballot in the mail for every election they are eligible to vote in. Fill out your ballot and either take it to a drop-off site or mail it back. Find your closest drop-off sites for the primary election using the map below.
- If you wish to vote in-person, you can do so at a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC). At least one VSPC will be open in your county for the primary election starting on June 20th and ending at 7PM on June 28th. Find your closest Voter Service and Polling Center for the primary election using the map below.
To receive a ballot by mail, you must update your voter registration to affiliate with a political party by June 20. From June 20 to June 28, unaffiliated voters may affiliate with a political party and cast a ballot in-person at a Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC).
To vote in this election, you must be registered and affiliated with either the Republican or Democratic party. You may register at any time up to and including on Election Day. You can do so online or at a Voter Service and Polling Center. If you want to receive a ballot by mail, you should register no later than June 20.
You also must be affiliated with either the Republican or Democratic party to vote in the primary. If you are currently unaffiliated, you can affiliate with the party of your choice at any time up to and including on Election Day. If you want to receive a ballot by mail, you must do so by June 20. If you are already affiliated with a party and want to switch your affiliation, you must do so by May 31.
If you need to change your address, you can do so online or by mail. To have a ballot mailed to you, changes must be made online or the form received by the county clerk by Monday, June 20. After that date, voters need to visit a Voter Service & Polling Center to get a ballot.
Or in person at your closest Voter Service & Polling Center when they open in June.
If you want to vote in person rather than return your mail ballot, need to register to vote or update your voter registration, or if you want to vote on an accessible voting machine, you may do so at any Voter Service and Polling Center in your county. Find the closest location in the map below.
Ballots must be received by 7:00 PM on June 28th. Postmarks do not count. You should mail your ballot early, or drop it off at a Voter Service and Polling Center or Drop-Off Location to be sure it is received in time to be counted. Find the closest location in the map below.
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Information last updated on May 13, 2016. If information changes, locations are added, or times change, this page will be updated.