UPDATE (June 26, 5 p.m.): Our primary election live blog is up and running, and we’ll have updates throughout the night. Polls close at 7 p.m., and you can find live election results starting then by clicking here.
DENVER – Colorado’s Republican and Democratic primaries will take place Tuesday, when voters will choose their nominees in the governor’s race, their respective Congressional districts and other statewide races.
While 600,000 Coloradans had already cast their mail-in ballots as of Friday morning, thousands more are expected to return their ballots Monday or Tuesday, or to vote in-person at a polling place on Tuesday.
County clerks and the secretary of state are urging voters to return their ballots before Tuesday if they want full results by Tuesday night. If there are too many day-of voters, counting ballots is expected to last into Wednesday. Polling places close at 7 p.m.
But it’s too late to mail them in! So we’ve embedded tools from the Voting Information Project that voters can use to find their polling place or a ballot-drop location. If the tool isn't working for your address, visit the secretary of state's voting website or your local county clerk's website for more details.
Find your voting location or ballot drop-off location in the widget embedded below.