Here's what you need to know:
• El Paso County voters must submit their ballots to the Clerk and Recorder's Office by 7 p.m. June 28. Ballots postmarked after the deadline will not be counted.
• A full list of El Paso County ballot drop box and voter service and polling center locations and operating hours is online at epcvotes.com. Click on the "2022 Elections" tab.
See The Gazette's and Colorado Politics' coverage of the 2022 primary elections below:
In the competitive Republican primary race to represent Colorado's House District 14, former Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese faces a former Colorado Springs City Council candidate, Joe Woyte.
In the upcoming competitive Democratic primary race to represent Colorado House District 17, Harrison School District 2 Board of Education treasurer and education advocate Regina English faces Mischa Smith, a small business owner and political campaign staffer.
In the Republican primary to represent Colorado's House District 18, children pastor's wife Summer Groubert is up against attorney Shana Black.
Former El Paso County Sheriff's candidate Karl Dent is challenging incumbent Rep. Mary Bradfield of Colorado Springs in the upcoming competitive Republican primary race to represent Colorado House District 21.
Sen. Paul Lundeen, the incumbent in Colorado Senate District 9, goes up against retired Air Force Lt. Col. Lynda Zamora Wilson in the competitive Republican primary for the seat.
In the Democratic primary race for Colorado Senate District 11, Colorado Springs Councilwoman Yolanda Avila faces Rep. Tony Exum, Sr., who has…
In the Republican primary race to become Colorado's next governor, U.S. Air Force veteran and former Parker mayor Greg Lopez faces Heidi Ganahl, a member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents.
In the Republican primary race to become Colorado’s top election official, Republican Tina Peters, the Mesa County clerk and recorder, is facing off against Mike O'Donnell, executive director of Prairie Rose Development, and Pam Anderson, owner of Consilium Colorado.
Incumbent Republican Ken Buck, a former Weld County district attorney and chairman of the Colorado Republican Party, is seeking reelection to a fifth term. In the competitive Republican primary race, he’s facing a surprise primary challenge from an activist and first-time candidate who said he was moved to run by Buck’s support for Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney and his defense of Colorado’s election system as secure.
The heavily Republican 5th Congressional District covers most of El Paso County and has never elected a Democrat in the 50 years since the district was created.
Three fellow Republicans — Andrew Heaton, Rebecca Keltie and Dave Williams — are running against Republican U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, the incumbent first elected in 2006. Two Democrats — Michael C Colombe and David Torres — are seeking their party’s nomination.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, a Democrat, is retiring after the current term, his eighth since the attorney and former state lawmaker was first elected in 2006. It isn’t the swingiest district in the state — that would be the new 8th Congressional District on the North Front Range — but as a rare open seat, it has drawn heavy spending from both sides and could be a toss-up in this year’s midterms. Republican candidates Erik Aadland, Laurel Imer and Tim Reichert are up against each other in the competitive Republican primary.
Two U.S. senators represent each state in Congress. Republicans Ron Hanks, a first-term state representative from Cañon City, and Joe O’Dea, the owner of a Denver-based construction company, are vying for the nomination in the Republican primary.