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2024 Primary Election and Special Congressional Vacancy Election ballots are arriving

Locate a ballot drop box near you

Posted on June 3, 2024 2024ElectionsNews and Events


Douglas County voters — watch for your Primary Election and Special Congressional Vacancy Election ballot in your mailbox. Ballots are being mailed to eligible Douglas County registered voters starting today, Monday, June 3.

What’s on the ballot? Registered Democrats will receive the Democratic Primary ballot. Registered Republicans will receive the Republican Primary ballot. The Congressional District 4 Vacancy Election will also be on both the Democratic and Republican Primary ballots.

Instructions for unaffiliated voters. Unaffiliated voters will receive both the Democratic and Republican ballots but must vote and return ONLY ONE ballot and securely dispose of the ballot they do not use. If multiple voted ballots are returned in the same envelope, none of the ballots will count. Voting a party primary ballot does not affiliate the voter with that party; they will remain registered as unaffiliated.

Visit the What’s on My Ballot page on to view a composite sample ballot for both parties.

Information for minor party voters. Voters registered with a minor party will receive a ballot that only contains the Congressional District 4 Vacancy Election because no minor parties are holding a Primary Election.

Not registered to vote but want to be? Colorado election law allows voter registration up to and on Election Day. If you live in Douglas County, plan to vote in the Primary Election and Special Congressional Vacancy Election, and are not registered to vote, do so at through June 17 — after that time you will need to visit a Voter Service and Polling Center.

Locate your closest ballot drop box. Did you know that more than 90% of Douglas County voters prefer to deliver their ballots for free using one of the 21 convenient ballot drop box locations countywide? Safe, secure ballot drop boxes are open now through 7 p.m. on Election Day, June 25, 2024.

When is the last possible day to vote? No matter how you deliver it, your ballot must be received by 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, 2024 — an Election Day postmark does not count.

For trusted voter resources and election information, or to chat with Elections staff, visit, or contact Douglas County Elections by phone at 303-660-7444.

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