Colorado Primary Voters: Get Your Ballots In By Tuesday Night

Voters who want to participate in Colorado’s primary this year need to get their ballots in by 7 p.m. Tuesday.

So far, more than 20 percent of Democrats and 25 percent of registered Republicans have already done that.

It’s way too late to send ballots back by mail. Voters at this point must return their ballots using drop-boxes and at county vote centers. Find your local location here.

Unaffiliated voters who want to participate in the primary can go to a vote center in their home county through the end of the election tomorrow to join a party and cast their ballot.

Five candidates are spending big to try to win the Republican U.S. Senate primary. And three Democrats are putting a lot of money into the Denver District Attorney’s race. There are also 24 contested state legislative primaries between the two parties.