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Where you can cast your primary vote in Summit County

Where you can cast your primary vote in Summit County

Registered, party-affiliated Summit County voters wishing to participate in Colorado’s primary election have a handful of methods and locations in which to participate on Tuesday, June 28.

The County Clerk & Recorder’s Office recently installed 24-hour drop boxes for mail-in ballot return throughout the county, and will be accepting those at each location until 7 p.m. on Election Day. The new boxes are located at the following:

Summit County Courthouse (208 E. Lincoln Ave. in Breckenridge)

Summit County Commons (37 Peak One Dr. in Frisco)

Summit County North Branch Library (651 Center Cir. in Silverthorne)

Two other temporary drop-off sites for Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. include:

Dillon Town Hall (275 Lake Dillon Dr.)

Frisco Town Hall (1 Main St.)

Finally, for those who wish to vote in person, they may do so from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at:

Silverthorne Pavilion (400 Blue River Pkwy)

Summit County Community and Senior Center (83 Nancy’s Pl. in Frisco)

Summit County Courthouse (208 E Lincoln Ave. in Breckenridge)

The lone contested primary on the ballot is for the Republican Senate seat to take on incumbent Democrat, Sen. Michael Bennet in the general election in November. That entails a five-way race between Robert Blaha, Ryan Frazier, Darryl Glenn, Jack Graham and Jon Keyser.

Unaffiliated voters may declare a political party any time before or on Election Day by visiting the county’s Election Office inside the Summit County Courthouse in Breckenridge. Visit http://www.govotecolorado.com or call the Election Office at (970) 453-3479 to register to vote, as well as verify, withdraw or change party affiliation, or to verify or change a mailing address.

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