Jun 10, 2024 - Election

Colorado voter guide to the June 2024 primary elections

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The 2024 election is reaching a crucial moment in Colorado.

Why it matters: The primary elections on June 25 will decide dozens of contests for Congress and the state Legislature in districts where one party is dominant.

State of play: Republicans are selecting nominees for four congressional races, including the high-profile 4th District where Rep. Lauren Boebert moved to run.

  • Democrats are closely watching a pair of legislative races in Denver where progressive lawmakers are facing challenges from establishment-backed rivals.

How to vote

Voters receive a ballot for the party they are registered with.

  • Unaffiliated voters will receive both major party ballots and can participate in either primary, but not both.
  • The primary that you vote in is a public record, but not whom you supported.

Zoom in: Voters who live in Congressional District 4 will be asked to select an interim representative to fill the vacant seat until Jan. 3 in the wake of former Republican Rep. Ken Buck's early resignation.

  • You can use this map to find out which congressional district you're in.

What's next: In-person voting begins June 10, and 12 voting centers in Denver will open June 17. All ballots are due by 7pm June 25.

2nd Judicial District (Denver)

State of play: Leora Joseph, the head of the state's behavioral health agency, and John Walsh, the former U.S. attorney, are competing to replace outgoing District Attorney Beth McCann.

4th Congressional District

8th District GOP primary

State House District 4

State House District 6

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Editor's note: This page will continuously be updated with new information. Check back regularly.


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