Colorado 2022 primary: A voter guide to the June election

Ballots for primary elections have been mailed to registered voters and must be returned by 7 p.m. June 28. Find a selection of election stories below, as well as links to candidate coverage and Colorado’s new congressional district map.

Colorado primary election: 8 of the most interesting races to watch

Lauren Boebert debates primary challenger Don Coram in southwest Colorado

Election conspiracy theories abound in GOP forum with Tina Peters, other candidates for secretary of state

A gulf of cash divides GOP Senate candidates heading into Colorado primary fight, FEC filings show

Judge tosses Colorado Republicans’ lawsuit over unaffiliated voters in primary elections

Eight-term Democratic Congressman Ed Perlmutter announces he won’t seek reelection in November

Colorado’s urban-rural divide put to the test in new 8th Congressional District

U.S. Senator

Democrat Michael Bennet (i)
Republican Ron Hanks, Joe O’Dea

U.S. Representative

1st Congressional District

Democrat Diana DeGette (i), Neal Walia
Republican Jennifer Qualteri

2nd Congressional District

Democrat Joe Neguse (i)
Republican Marshall Dawson

3rd Congressional District

Democrat Soledad Sandoval Tafoya, Alex Walker, Adam Frisch
Republican Lauren Boebert (i), Don Coram

4th Congressional District

Democrat Ike McCorkle
Republican Robert Lewis, Ken Buck (i)

5th Congressional District

Democrat David Torres, Michael C. Colombe
Republican Dave Williams, Rebecca Keltie, Doug Lamborn (i), Andrew Heaton

6th Congressional District

Democrat Jason Crow (i)
Republican Steve Monahan

7th Congressional District

Democrat Brittany Pettersen
Republican Erik Aadland, Laurel Imer, Tim Reichert

8th Congressional District

Democrat Yadira Caraveo
Republican Lori A. Saine, Jan Kulmann, Barbara Kirkmeyer, Tyler Alcorn


Democrat Jared Polis (i)
Republican Greg Lopez, Heidi Ganahl

Secretary of State

Democrat Jena Griswold (i)
Republican Tina Peters, Mike O’Donnell, Pam Anderson

State Treasurer

Democrat Dave Young (i)
Republican Lang Sias

Attorney General

Democrat Phil Weiser (i)
Republican John Kellner

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