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What is a Primary Election?
Colorado holds Primary Elections in June of even-numbered years. In the Primary Election, voters affiliated with political parties cast a ballot for their party's candidate for each office. The winning candidate from each party is placed on the November General Election ballot and is considered that party's nominee.

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1. What is a Primary Election?
2. Where and when can I vote?
3. Who can vote in a Primary Election?
4. What forms of identification are valid for voting purposes?
5. Do I have to be affiliated with a political party to vote in the Primary Election?
6. Will I receive a mail ballot for the Primary Election?
7. Can I surrender my mail ballot and vote at the polls?
8. Do all Political Parties participate in the Primary Election?