The Denver Post this morning reported that this year’s primary election, which is a mail-in ballot election in most Colorado counties, is nearing record turnout, and there’s still five days to go. According to the Post, “As of early Wednesday morning, 436,382 Coloradans had voted: 222,938 were Republicans and 210,201 were Democrats, according to the Colorado secretary of state’s office.” The Secretary of State is the official source for election information. On their webpage you can find a list of all candidates, a voter information guide, voter registration informaiton, and much more. Even if you’re not eligible to vote in the primary, this information can be very helpful in preparing you for the November general election.
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