Here’s what you need to know:
Vote by mail, not at a caucus meeting
This year, for the first time, the Colorado Presidential Primary will be
on Super Tuesday and voters will receive a mailed ballot.
Unaffiliated voters can participate in either party’s primary
Since 2018, unaffiliated voters in Colorado have had the ability to choose a party and vote in the primary. They have three options: 1) They can go to govotecolorado.com and select a party preference to get the selected party’s ballot in the mail. 2) They can go in person to a Voter Service and Polling Center to choose the party’s ballot they want to vote. 3) If they do neither, they will receive both ballots and they can choose and return just one ballot. If two ballots are returned, neither will be counted.
Unaffiliated voters returning a primary ballot will remain unaffiliated; however, under state law, the party of the ballot you choose will be recorded in your voter record.
Important election dates
FEB 3 – Last day to change or withdraw your current political affiliation
if you wish to vote in a different party’s primary.
FEB 10 – First day ballots can be mailed to voters.
FEB 18 – First day counting of ballots can begin.
FEB 24 – Last day to submit a voter registration and still receive a ballot
in the mail.
FEB 25 – Voters who submit a registration within 8 days of the election
will be informed they won’t get a mailed ballot and must get
theirs from a Voter Service and Polling Center
MAR 3 – Ballots must be received by 7pm.
Register or check your registration at www.GoVoteColorado.com
Information from Colorado Secretary of State,