The 2018 Primary Election includes candidates for Governor, Congress, Secretary of State, State Treasurer and Attorney General, along with several County officials. The election is a mail-in ballot process and all votes must be in by Tuesday, June 26 at 7 pm. Postmarks do not count!

As a result of the 2016 passage of Colorado Proposition 108, unaffiliated electors are now allowed to participate in the primary elections of major political parties, without declaring an affiliation with a party.

In Grand County, 36% of registered voters fall under the Unaffiliated category. This year, for the first time, Unaffiliated voters will receive both the Democratic and Republican ballots, BUT, they may only choose and complete one of the two, in order for their vote to count. More information about this year’s Primary Election is available at:

On June 4th, the County Clerk’s Office mailed out 10,420 ballots: 2,375 Democratic; 4,216 Republican; and, 3,829 Unaffiliated (interesting fact: the mailing weighed in at 1,091 pounds of posted mail!). Instructions on the process was included with the ballot(s) and all voters are encouraged to review the instructions prior to completing the ballot.

Primary Ballot Drop-off locations

Voters can drop off completed and signed ballots for this year’s Primary Election at several locations throughout the county:

Grand Park Community Recreation Center, 1 Main Street, Fraser

Granby Town Hall, Zero Jasper Avenue, Granby

Grand Lake Town Hall, 1026 Park Avenue, Grand Lake

Grand County Administration Building, 308 Byers Ave, Hot Sulphur Springs

CSU Extension Hall, 210 11th Street, Kremmling