2010 is a major election year in Colorado, with races for Governor, U.S. Senate, and some U.S. House seats. In addition, there are elections for all 65 State Representatives; about half the State Senators; and several ballot measures. The ballot measures won’t be on the ballot until November, but this August is the primary election for party candidates. Depending on the political party, many of the above-mentioned races will have primary contests. Although election day is August 10, counties with mail-in ballots will be distributing them in early July. To find out if your county issues mail-in ballots, see this map from the Colorado Secretary of State. You can find more information on the election, including a form for requesting a mail-in ballot, on the Secretary of State’s Elections Division website. On this webpage you can also find a link to register to vote or uptate the information on your voter registration.
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