Ballots Due For Primary Election On June 30

DENVER (CBS4)– The Democratic primary election is just four days away and already more than a quarter of all eligible voters in Colorado have cast their ballots. The Secretary of State’s Office says more than 928,000 ballots have been turned in.

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The top race on the ballot is between Democrat candidates John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff. They are running for the Democratic Senate nomination.

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Democratic Senate candidate former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The winner will face Republican incumbent Cory Gardner in the November election.

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Colorado voters are being urged to return their primary ballots for the June 30 election. It’s too late to mail those ballots so they should be dropped off.

LINK: Where To Drop Off Your Ballot