Colorado's double-ballot rejection rate: 2.4%

Unaffiliated voters in Colorado's June 2018 primary received two ballots -- one with Democratic candidates, the other with Republicans -- but were only allowed to return one ballot. (Mark Harden, Colorado Politics)

Voters have spoken in Colorado’s first primaries to include unaffiliateds. Here’s our report on what they said and what it means.

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