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VOTE IN THE COLORADO PRIMARY!

Colorado Primary Election June 24, 2014

Voters affiliated with a political party holding a primary

Mail ballots go out June 2-6 to all registered voters who are affiliated with any party holding a primary. Mail ballots must be returned to your County Clerk by 7:00 PM on June 24, 2014. They can be mailed, left at a drop-off location in your county, or returned to a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county. To find the exact locations, check your County Clerk's website or call the County Clerk's office.

Affiliated voters may also vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county, on June 24 or the 10 days before (except Sundays).

The deadline for affiliated voters to change their affiliation was May 23.

Unaffiliated Voters

Unaffiliated voters may still affiliate with a party that's holding a primary up through the day of the Primary Election. If you affiliate by June 13, you can receive a mail ballot. After that, you'll have to vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center in your county, which will be open for at least 10 days before the primary (except Sundays), plus the day of the election, June 24. Your County Clerk's office can provide the location of Voter Service and Polling Centers.

Until June 17, you can affiliate with a participating political party by mail or online at http://www.Govotecolorado.com. You can affiliate in person at your County Clerk's office or a Voter Service and Polling Center through Primary Election Day, June 24th.

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