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Life of a Ballot: Follow your June 2024 Election ballot through the process

What’s the status of your vote? Follow it every step of the way.

Posted on June 17, 2024 2024ElectionsNews and Events



Watch this short “Life of a Ballot” video to see exactly how the Douglas County Elections office does its job to ensure that your vote counts — just like it’s supposed to. Then, visit DouglasVotes.com to sign up to track the status of your ballot with phone, text, or email notifications from BallotTrax.

All registered voters in Douglas County receive their ballots by mail. Colorado has been conducting mail ballot elections since 2014 and is regarded as a national model for election integrity, security, and high voter turnout. Your ballot is secure and monitored throughout the election process by cameras, chain of custody logs, and bipartisan teams of election judges from your community who participate every step of the way.

Ballots for the June 25, 2024, Primary Election and Special Congressional Vacancy Election were mailed to all eligible voters beginning June 3. Registered Democrats receive the Democratic Primary ballot. Registered Republicans receive the Republican Primary ballot. The Congressional District 4 Vacancy Election is also on both the Democratic and Republican Primary ballots.

Unaffiliated voters 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.

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

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

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