Colorado voters will be able to select candidates running for US Senate and a host of down ballot races in the primary election on June 30. Republican Cory Gardner is unopposed in the race for Senate, and the Democratic ballot has former Governor John Hickenlooper running against Andrew Romanoff.
Winners of the primary will face off in the general election on November 3.
Voters in Colorado can change their party registration to Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, or Unaffiliated on or before June 1. Voters registered with one of the parties will receive the ballot of their declared party. Unaffiliated voters will receive both major party ballots, but can only vote for one in the primary.
Ballots will be mailed to all residents June 8. The last day to register and still be mailed a ballot is June 22. Voters who miss these dates can still register the day of the election by going to a Voter Service Center. The centers will open June 22. Due to possible COVID-19 restrictions, voters are urged to check for details closer to the date. The state is encouraging mail-in ballots.
Voters who will turn 18 by November 3 may vote in the primary. Boulder County residents can get information on the candidates at https://www.bouldercounty.org/elections/information/. In Larimer County, the list of candidates may be found at https://www.larimer.org/clerk/elections/current-elections/2020.