June 2024 State Primary Election

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What you need to know about the June 2024 State Primary Election

Who gets a ballot? 

Colorado registered and affiliated Republican and Democratic voters will receive ballots. Unaffiliated voters will get a ballot for both the Republican and Democratic parties, but must choose and only vote one party's ballot. 

Voters affiliated with a minor party will not be receiving a ballot in the June 25 State Primary because minor parties are not having a primary election. If a minor party voter wants to participate in the June State Primary Election, they need to change their voter affiliation on or before June 3. 

How do Elections in 2024 work? 

The State of Colorado holds regularly scheduled state elections every two years; a State Primary Election in June and a General Election in November. In presidential election years, the state also holds a Presidential Primary Election in March. The nominated candidates from each party's primary ballot will be placed on the November General Election ballot. The winner of the November General Election will hold office. 

How old do I have to be to vote in the June 2024 Election? 

Every individual who is 18 years of age is eligible to vote in the primary election.

Can I vote if I am not yet registered? 

Registration in Colorado is accessible and easy. In Colorado, an individual can register to vote if they are at least 16 years old and will be 18 by Election Day. A voter must be a citizen of the United States who has lived in Colorado at least 22 days prior to Election Day. The deadline to register to vote and participate in the State Primary is June 25th. Please note: June 17th is the last day to submit a voter registration application and still receive a ballot in the mail for the June 25th State Primary Election. After June 17, please visit an in-person Voter Service and Polling Location. 

How does the party affiliation process work for the 2024 June State Primary Election? 

Registered voters affiliated with either the Democratic or Republican party will automatically receive by mail, and may cast, a single ballot of the party they are affiliated with. 

Voters affiliated with a minor party (e.g. American Constitution Party, Approval Voting Party, Colorado Center Party, Colorado Forward Party, Green Party of Colorado, Libertarian Party of Colorado, No Labels Party of Colorado, and the Unity Party of Colorado) may cast a ballot for any minor party candidates on the ballot; however, voters affiliated with a minor party will not automatically receive a mail ballot as those parties are not holding Primary Election contests. If a voter affiliated with a minor party wishes to cast a ballot, they must change their affiliation to a major party by Monday, June 3rd. 

All unaffiliated voters will receive the ballots of both major political parties. This allows an unaffiliated voter to choose which party's primary they will vote in. Unaffiliated voters may only return one party's ballot. Returning two voted ballots will result in neither ballot counting. 

Where can I vote in Denver? 

Denver has 44 24-hour drop boxes, 12 Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs), and one mobile voting unit across the city. Find the VSPC nearest you.

Make Informed Decisions for the Upcoming Election

The 2024 State Primary ballot was certified on April 26, 2024.  

Voting in Colorado is an election season. Ballots are automatically mailed to registered voters with current addresses 22 days before Election Day, and those ballots can be voted and returned as soon as received. This is why Election Day in Colorado is called the Last Day to Vote. If in-person voter services are needed, make a plan to skip the crowd and lines and visit at VSPC near you before the last day to vote. 

2024 State Primary Election Candidate List

Office Party  Name on Ballot  On Ballot Website
Representative to the 119th United States Congress - District 1 Democratic Party  Diana DeGette Y https://www.degette.com/

 

Representative to the 119th United States Congress - District 1 Democratic Party John Wren *W Not Available
Representative to the 119th United States Congress - District 1 Republican Party Valdamar Archuleta Y Not Available

 

Representative to the 119th United States Congress - District 6 Democratic Party Jason Crow Y https://jasoncrowforcongress.com/ 
Representative to the 119th United States Congress - District 6 Republican Party John E. Fabbricatore Y https://www.johnfabbricatoreforcongress.com/
Regent of the University of Colorado Democratic Party Elliott Hood Y https://www.hoodforcolorado.com/
Regent of the University of Colorado Democratic Party Charles "CJ" Johnson Y https://www.cj4cu.com/
Regent of the University of Colorado Republican Party Eric Rinard Y https://www.rinardforregent.com/
State Senator - District 26 Democratic Party Jeff Bridges Y https://www.bridgesforcolorado.com/
State Senator - District 26 Republican Party Bob Lane Y Not Available
State Senator - District 31 Democratic Party Chris Hansen Y https://www.hansenforcolorado.com/
State Senator - District 33 Democratic Party James Coleman Y https://colemanforcolorado.com/
State Senator - District 33 Republican Party Max Minning Y Not Available
State Representative - District 1 Democratic Party Javier Mabrey  Y https://www.javierforcolorado.com/
State Representative - District 1 Republican Party Barbara DeHaan Y Not Available
State Representative - District 2 Democratic Party Steven Woodrow https://www.woodrowforco.com/
State Representative - District 2 Republican Party Michael D. DiManna  Y Not Available
State Representative - District 3

Democratic Party

Meg Froelich Y https://www.froelichforcolorado.com/ 
State Representative - District 3 Republican Party Mickey Neal Y https://mickeyneal.com/about-mickey
State Representative - District 4 Democratic Party Timothy Mariano Hernández Y https://www.timforco.com/
State Representative - District 4 Democratic Party Cecelia Espenoza Y https://www.cecelia4colorado.com/ 
State Representative - District 4 Republican Party Jack Daus Y Not Available
State Representative - District 5 Democratic Party Alex Valdez Y https://www.valdezforcolorado.com/
State Representative - District 5 Republican Party Johnnie Wesley Johnson Y Not Available
State Representative - District 6 Democratic Party Sean Camacho Y https://www.camachoforcolorado.com/
State Representative - District 6 Democratic Party Elisabeth Epps Y https://www.elisabethepps.com/
State Representative - District 6 Republican Party Kyle Witter Y https://electkylewitter.com/
State Representative - District 7 Democratic Party Jennifer Bacon Y https://www.electjenniferbacon.com/
State Representative - District 7 Republican Party Tom Swift Y Not Available
State Representative - District 8 Democratic Party Lindsay Gilchrist Y https://www.gilchristforcolorado.com/
State Representative - District 8 Republican Party Philip Borrelli Y Not Available
State Representative - District 9 Democratic Party Emily Sirota Y https://www.emilyforcolorado.com/
State Representative - District 9 Republican Party Tom Cowhick Y Not Available
District Attorney - 2nd Judicial District Democratic Party John Walsh Y https://www.walshfordenver.com/meet-john
District Attorney - 2nd Judicial District Democratic Party Leora Joseph Y https://www.leorafordistrictattorney.com/

*W: Certified write in candidates are not listed on the ballot; however, voters may write the candidate’s name on the ballot in the appropriate space provided in order to cast a vote for that candidate.

 

 

How to Vote

Step 1.Check your registration 

Are you registered to vote? Is your name, address and political affiliation current? Ballots are not forwardable mail. You can double-check your registration at GoVoteColorado.gov.

Coloradans who meet the 22-day state residency requirement may register to vote through Election Day.

Step 2.Track your ballot

Sign up for BallotTrax to receive email or text notifications about your ballot, including when it’s on its way to you and when it has been received and accepted for counting.

Step 3.Early Voting/ Accessible Voting

If your registration is current, you'll automatically receive a ballot in the mail up to 22 days before the last day to vote (Election Day). Send your ballot back by mail skip the postage and return it to one of our 24-hour ballot drop-off boxes located throughout the city. If you need a new ballot, use our curbside ballot pick-up service or visit a VSPC for a replacement. Accessible ballots are available upon request.

Step 4.Need Someone Else to Pick Up Your Ballot? 

You may use an Emergency Replacement Ballot if you are unable to vote your original mail ballot due to:

  • Confinement in a hospital or residence
  • An immediate family member’s confinement in a hospital or residence
  • Emergency conditions like fire, flood or other catastrophic event

Complete an Emergency Replacement Ballot Form(PDF, 32KB) and send it to a Voting Service and Polling Site with your designated representative. Your representative will need to present an acceptable ID along with the signed form to pick up your ballot.

Step 5.In-Person Voter Services

Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) are located throughout Denver for voter registration, replacement ballots, accessibility services, and in-person voting. All VSPCs open at least two weeks prior to Election Day. Make a plan to vote early to avoid a wait. In-person voters visiting a VSPC on the last day to vote must be in line by 7 p.m. on Election Day. 

Ballots must be received by the Denver Elections Division by 7 p.m. on the last day to vote on Election Day. If you choose to return your ballot by mail, send it back no later than June 17, 2024.  

Where to Vote

The Denver Elections Division operates 44 ballot drop-off boxes throughout the city, available 24 hours, seven days a week during elections. In addition to drop boxes, voters can choose to vote in person or return their ballots at a number of vote centers and drive-throughs. Denver also deploys a mobile voting unit during elections to increase voter access.

Find your nearest voting location

Key Dates and Locations (English)(PDF, 1MB)

Key Dates and Locations (Spanish)(PDF, 1MB) 


24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Boxes

Boxes open: June 3th
Boxes close: June 25th at 7 p.m.

Locations

  1. Athmar Recreation Center
    2680 W Mexico Ave
  2. Aztlan Recreation Center
    4435 N Navajo St
  3. Barnum Recreation Center
    360 N Hooker St
  4. Bear Valley Branch Library
    5171 W Dartmouth Ave
  5. Carla Madison Recreation Center
    2401 E Colfax Ave
  6. Central Park Recreation Center
    9651 E Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
  7. Cook Park Recreation Center
    7100 Cherry Creek South Dr
  8. Denver Botanic Gardens
    1007 N York St
  9. Denver Elections Division
    200 W 14th Ave - NE corner of building
  10. Denver Elections Division
    200 W 14th Ave - SW corner of building
  11. Denver Museum of Nature & Science
    2001 N Colorado Blvd
  12. Denver Police Department District 3
    1625 S University Blvd
  13. Eisenhower Recreation Center
    4300 E Dartmouth Ave
  14. Emily Griffith Technical College
    1860 N Lincoln St
  15. Glenarm Recreation Center
    2800 Glenarm Pl
  16. Glendale City Hall
    950 S Birch St, Glendale
  17. Green Valley Ranch Recreation Center
    4890 N Argonne Way
  18. Hampden Branch Library
    9755 E Girard Ave
  19. Harvard Gulch Recreation Center
    550 E. Iliff Ave
  20. Harvey Park Recreation Center
    2120 S Tennyson Way
  21. Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
    3334 N Holly St
  22. Highland Recreation Center
    2880 N Osceola St
  23. La Familia Recreation Center
    65 S Elati St
  24. Martin Luther King Jr Library
    9898 E Colfax Ave
  25. MCA Administrative Offices
    8351 Northfield Blvd
  26. Montbello Branch Library
    12955 Albrook Dr
  27. Montbello Recreation Center
    15555 E 53rd Ave
  28. Montclair Recreation Center
    729 N Ulster Way
  29. Regis University Bookstore
    5115 N Federal Blvd
  30. Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library
    1498 N Irving St
  31. Ross – Cherry Creek Branch Library
    305 N Milwaukee St
  32. RTD - I-25 and Broadway Station
    901 S Broadway
  33. RTD - Light Rail at Union Station
    1601 Chestnut Pl
  34. RTD - Southmoor Station
    3737 S Monaco Street Pkwy
  35. Rude Recreation Center
    2855 W Holden Pl
  36. Scheitler Recreation Center
    5031 W 46th Ave
  37. Southwest Recreation Center
    9200 W Saratoga Pl
  38. Swansea Recreation Center
    2650 E 49th Ave
  39. Tivoli Student Center Auraria Campus
    900 Auraria Pkwy
  40. University of Denver - The Ritchie Center
    2240 Buchtel Blvd S
  41. Washington Park Recreation Center
    701 S Franklin St
  42. Wellington Webb Municipal Building
    201 W Colfax Ave
  43. Westwood Community Center 
    1000 S Lowell Blvd
  44. Windsor Gardens
    595 S Clinton St

Voter Service and Polling Centers

Wellington Webb Municipal Building vote center

201 W Colfax Ave | Atrium

Drive-through ballot drop-off location on Bannock Street between 13th Ave. and 14th Ave.

Monday, June 10th – Friday, June 14th: 8 am – 5 pm

Monday, June 17th – Friday, June 21st: 8 am – 6 pm

Saturday, June 22nd: 10 am – 2 pm

Monday, June 24th: 8 am – 6 pm

Tuesday, June 25 (Last Day to Vote): 7 am – 7 pm

Martin Luther King Jr. Library

9898 E. Colfax Ave | Akron, Boston, Clinton, Dayton Rooms
(VSPC site is shared with both Arapahoe and Adams counties)

Monday, June 17th – Friday, June 21st: 8 am – 5 pm

Saturday, June 22nd: 10 am – 2 pm

Monday, June 24th: 8 am – 5 pm

Tuesday, June 25th (Last Day to Vote): 7 am – 7 pm


All other vote center hours

Monday, June 17th – Friday, June 21st: 10 am – 6 pm

Saturday, June 22nd: 10 am – 2 pm

Monday, June 24th: 10 am – 6 pm

Tuesday, June 25th (Last Day to Vote): 7 am – 7 pm

VSPC Locations

  1. Barnum Recreation Center
    360 N Hooker St | Multipurpose Room
  2. Blair-Caldwell Library
    2401 Welton St | Large Conference Room
  3. Calvary Baptist Church of Denver
    6500 E Girard Ave | Fellowship Hall
  4. Christ Church United Methodist
    690 N Colorado Blvd | Fellowship Hall
  5. Harvard Gulch Recreation Center
    550 E Iliff Ave | Multipurpose Room
  6. Harvey Park Recreation Center
    2120 S Tennyson Way | Multipurpose Room
  7. Hiawatha Davis Jr Recreation Center
    3334 N Holly St | Multipurpose Room
  8. Highland Recreation Center
    2880 N Osceola St | Multipurpose Room
  9. Montbello Recreation Center
    15555 E 53rd Ave | Multipurpose Room
  10. Montclair Recreation Center
    729 N Ulster Way | Multipurpose Room

Mobile Voting Unit

Monday, June 17th and Tuesday, June 18th: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Swansea Recreation Center
2650 E 49th Ave

Wednesday, June 19th and Thursday, June 20th: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Scheitler Recreation Center
5031 W 46th Ave

Friday, June 21st: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday, June 22nd: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Washington Park Recreation Center
701 S Franklin St

Monday, June 24th: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m
Tuesday, June 25th: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Emily Griffith Technical College
1860 Lincoln St

You must be in line to vote by 7 p.m. on June 25th

MEDIA: If you want to be added to our media list, please email electionscomm@denvergov.org and request to be added. 

Sample Ballots (Multilingual)

Both Democrat and Republican ballots for the Presidential Primary have been translated to the top six spoken languages in Denver to include Spanish, Amharic, Russian, Vietnamese, Arabic, and Somali. The sample ballots for the June 25 State Primary Election are forthcoming. 

Democrat Ballots Republican Ballots
English/Spanish English/Spanish
English/Amharic English/Amharic
English/Russian English/Russian(PDF, 662KB)
English/Vietnamese English/Vietnamese
English/Arabic English/Arabic
English/Somali English/Somali

 

Find your nearest voting location

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Did you Receive a Ballot Mailed to the Wrong Address? 

Visit www.govotecolorado.gov to ensure your voter registration is active and your mailing address is current. Ballots are not forwarded, even if you have submitted a Change of Address Form to the post office. 

Read more about how USPS handles misdelivered ballots.