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The 2020 primary election is June 30
Contact: Kathy Neel, Summit County Clerk and Recorder, 970-453-3471
SUMMIT COUNTY – The Elections Division of the Summit County Clerk & Recorder’s Office will mail primary ballots the week of June 8 to all Unaffiliated, Democratic, Republican and Libertarian voters.
Voters are encouraged to visit www.GoVoteColorado.gov to check their voter record and make any updates to their addresses to ensure they receive a ballot in the mail.
Unaffiliated voters will receive a packet containing both a Republican ballot and a Democratic ballot, with instructions to vote and return only one ballot. If both ballots are returned, neither will be counted.
“Colorado’s mail ballot system is well established and leads the nation in providing a safe, secure method of voting that doesn’t require waiting in line at a polling center,” Summit County Clerk & Recorder Kathleen Neel said. “If you’re planning to participate in the 2020 primary election, it’s important to verify that your voter information is up to date at www.GoVoteColorado.gov as soon as possible.”
The winning candidates in each party’s primary election will appear on the general election ballot in November, along with any qualifying Unaffiliated and Write-In candidates.
In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, voters are encouraged to vote using their mail ballots.
"Voting by mail is the safest option for yourself and our election workers," Neel added.