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What forms of identification are valid for voting purposes?
Colorado law requires you to present an Acceptable Form of Identification. All ID's must be current and valid. If you do not have an acceptable form of identification, you will be permitted to vote a provisional ballot.
Acceptable Form of Identification

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1. What is a Primary Election?
2. Where and when can I vote?
3. Who can vote in a Primary Election?
4. What forms of identification are valid for voting purposes?
5. Do I have to be affiliated with a political party to vote in the Primary Election?
6. Will I receive a mail ballot for the Primary Election?
7. Can I surrender my mail ballot and vote at the polls?
8. Do all Political Parties participate in the Primary Election?