(Colorado) -- Soon, you should be getting a ballot in the mail. Primary ballots are going out this week in Colorado.
According to the election information section of the Colorado Secretary of State's website, Monday, June 6th is the last day for voters who are affiliated with a political party to change or withdraw their affiliation if they wish to vote in a different party's primary election.
As the rules state: (Up to the 22nd day before the Primary Election or day after if 22nd day is a state or federal holiday) 1-2-219(1) Last day before Primary that County clerk must record in SCORE the ballot preference of an unaffiliated elector.
Unaffiliated electors who select a preference by this date must be sent their preferred ballot when ballots are mailed. (Up to the 22nd day before the Primary Election or day after if 22nd day is a state or federal holiday) Rule 2.18 Last day to submit an application to register to vote in the June 28th Primary Election through a voter registration drive. (No later than 22 days before the election) 1-2-201(3)(b)(https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/Resources/ElectionCalendars.html)
Republicans, Democrats and unaffiliated voters can all vote in the primary for the candidate they wish to advance to the general election in November.
Colorado Freedom Force is reporting that the state senate could flip this year and the Governors race is expected to be a closely watched competition.
Once you get your ballots in the mail you have until June 28th to return them. There will be drop boxes at the courthouses in all southeast Colorado counties.