Primary ballots mailed; unaffiliated voters to participate for first time
DENVER -- Colorado voters will begin receiving primary ballots in the mail on Monday, and this year, there's a big change, with unaffiliated voters having the chance to participate. This is the first time in state history that voters not tied to a political party will get to vote in a primary contest. But if they're not careful, their vote might not count.
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