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Colorado’s statewide primary is Tuesday, June 25. Under a 2023 law, all unaffiliated voters will receive mail ballots for both major parties but may fill out and return only one. Voters who are registered with a political party can vote only in that party’s primary. Mail ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on primary day.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and voting options, such as mail-in voting, early voting or voting with a disability.
As the Tuesday, June 28, primaries approach, AARP Colorado is encouraging voters to make sure their voices are heard.
Colorado gained an additional congressional seat in the once-a-decade redistricting process. The newly formed 8th District extends from Denver’s northern suburbs into Weld County.
The U.S. Senate candidates share plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more.
Please Join AARP Colorado and watch the 2019 AARP Denver City Council Candidate Debates Friday nights from April 5 to April 19 and on Friday May 3 on Colorado Public Television, Channel 12.
AARP Colorado is hosting the AARP 2019 Denver City Council Candidate Forums through the month of April.
By Cynthia Pasquale
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