Colorado voters should be getting their ballots for the state's Democratic and Republican primaries this week. County clerks around the state will start mailing out those ballots today. This year marks the first time that Colorado will allow unaffiliated voters to have a role in the primary. Registered voters who have not declared a party preference will receive ballots for both primaries. They will then have to choose whether to vote in the Democratic or Republican primary and return one of those ballots by the June 26th deadline.
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