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PRIMARY PREVIEW: A Colorado Politics special report

Author: Mark Harden - June 13, 2018 - Updated: June 14, 2018

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For the first time, unaffiliated Coloradans are voting in what promises to be a wild primary.

Here’s a look at what’s on your ballot by the CoPo staff. And check back with ColoradoPolitics.com now through election day, June 26, for more primary coverage.

PRIMARY PREVIEW: THE SPECIAL REPORT

> It’s a ‘blowout hootenanny’: Ballots go out in Colorado’s 1st ‘open’ primary

> Colo. governor’s race more positioning than policy

> Money matters in the governor’s race

> 5 Democratic races to watch for the Colo. legislature

5 Republican races to watch for the Colo. legislature

Congressional primaries pit establishment against upstarts

> Races for treasurer, AG play out across parties’ fault lines

Independent expenditure committees take campaign spending to new level

> How would candidates for governor steer transportation?

> ENDORSEMENT WATCH | Support for candidates piles up as primary ballots drop

> TRAIL MIX: Questions abound as Colorado launches inaugural ‘open’ primary

> INSIGHTS: A clean campaign is an empty promise

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> WATCH: Republican candidates for Colo. governor debate on 9News

> WATCH: Democratic candidates for Colo. governor debate on 9News

> A week into voting, Colorado primary ballots begin to trickle in

> Poll: Stapleton tops Republican field for Colo. governor

> Polis grows lead among Democrats for governor, says poll

> Polis, Kennedy complain to state Democrats about dirty campaigning

Mark Harden

Mark Harden

Mark Harden is managing editor of Colorado Politics. He previously was news director at the Denver Business Journal; city editor, online news editor, state editor, national editor and popular music critic at The Denver Post; and an editor and reporter at newspapers in the Seattle area and San Francisco.