2020 Primary Presidential Election Guide

In 2020, Colorado voters must submit their ballots for the primary presidential election on or before March 3rd. Affiliated votes can vote for candidates in the party they are registered for, democratic or republican, and independent voters can vote for a candidate of the party of their choice. The nominated candidates will be placed on the November General Election ballot.

You may choose which party’s ballot you want to get in the mail for the next primary election by selecting a party preference at govotecolorado.com or on any paper voter registration form. The preference is for only one election and you can make your selection online for the next election. If you would rather receive a packet containing the ballots of all participating major parties, you can take no action or select this option when first registering to vote.

You can also appear in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center in your county and choose the party’s ballot you want to vote, turning in just one.

Republican Candidates:

Donald Trump – 45th President of the United States. Running for reelection.

Primary Campaign Committee – Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.

Website – https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

Bill Weld – Former Massachusetts Governor

Primary Campaign Committee – 2020 Presidential Campaign Committee

Website – https://www.weld2020.org/ 

Joe Walsh – Former US Representative from Illinois 

Primary Campaign Committee – Walsh 2020

Website – https://www.joewalsh.org/ 

Mark Sanford– Former Governor of South Carolina

Primary Campaign Committee – Sanford 2020

Website – https://www.marksanford.com/

Democratic Candidates

John Delaney – US Representative from Maryland’s 6th District

Primary Campaign Committee – Friends of John Delaney

Website – https://www.johnkdelaney.com

Andrew Yang – Entrepreneur, founder of Venture for America

Primary Campaign Committee – Friends of Andrew Yang

Website – https://www.yang2020.com/

Richard Ojeda – Former State Senator from Virginia

Primary Campaign Committee – Ojeda for President

Julián Castro – Former Mayor of San Antonio, Texas, and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under US President Barack Obama.

Primary Campaign Committee – Julián for the Future Presidential Exploratory Committee

Website –https://www.julianforthefuture.com/

Tulsi Gabbard – US Representative from Hawaii’s 2nd District 

Primary Campaign Committee – Tulsi Now

Website –https://www.tulsi2020.com/

Kamala Harris – US Senator from California

Primary Campaign Committee – Kamala Harris For The People

Website –https://kamalaharris.org/

Marianne Williamson – Author and activist

Primary Campaign Committee – Marianne Williamson for President

Website – https://www.marianne2020.com/

Cory Booker – US Senator from New Jersey

Primary Campaign Committee – Cory 2020

Website – https://corybooker.com/

Elizabeth Warren – US Senator from Massachusetts

Primary Campaign Committee – Warren for President, Inc.

Website – https://elizabethwarren.com/

Amy Klobuchar – US Senator from Minnesota

Primary Campaign Committee – Amy For America

Website – https://www.amyklobuchar.com/

Bernie Sanders – US Senator from Vermont

Primary Campaign Committee – Bernie 2020

Website – https://berniesanders.com

Jay Inslee – Governor of Washington

Primary Campaign Committee – Inslee for America

Website –https://jayinslee.com/

John Hickenlooper – Former Governor of Colorado

Primary Campaign Committee – Hickenlooper 2020

Website –https://www.hickenlooper.com/

Beto O’Rourke – Former US Representative from Texas

Primary Campaign Committee – Beto for America

Website – https://betoorourke.com

Kirsten Gillibrand – US Senator from New York

Primary Campaign Committee – Gillibrand 2020

Website –https://kirstengillibrand.com/

Wayne Messam – Mayor of Miramar, Florida

Primary Campaign Committee – Wayne Messam for America

Website –https://wayneforamerica.com/

Tim Ryan- US Representative from Ohio’s 13th District

Primary Campaign Committee – Tim Ryan for America

Website – https://timryanforamerica.com/ 

Eric Swalwell – US Representative from California’s 15th District

Primary Campaign Committee – Swalwell for America

Website – https://ericswalwell.com/

Pete Buttigieg – Mayor of South Bend, Indiana

Primary Campaign Committee – Pete for America

Website – https://peteforamerica.com/

Seth Moulton – US Representative from Massachusetts’ 6th District

Primary Campaign Committee – Seth Moulton for America

Website – https://sethmoulton.com/

Joe Biden – Former US Vice President

Primary Campaign Committee – Biden for President

Website –https://joebiden.com/

Michael Bennet – US Senator from Colorado

Primary Campaign Committee – Bennet for America

Website – https://michaelbennet.com/ 

Steve Bullock – Governor of Montana

Primary Campaign Committee – Bullock for President

Website – https://stevebullock.com/

Bill de Blasio – Mayor of New York City

Primary Campaign Committee – de Blasio 2020

Website –https://billdeblasio.com/

Joe Sestak – Former US Representative from Pennsylvania’s 7th District

Primary Campaign Committee – Joe Sestak for President

Website –https://www.joesestak.com/

Tom Steyer – Former hedge fund manager and activist

Primary Campaign Committee – Tom 2020

Website – https://www.tomsteyer.com/

Deval Patrick – Former Governor of Massachusetts

Primary Campaign Committee – Deval for All

Website –https://devalpatrick2020.com/

Michael Bloomberg – Former New York Mayor

Primary Campaign Committee – Mike Bloomberg 2020

Website –https://www.mikebloomberg.com/

Voter services and polling centers will be open between Feb. 24 and March 3 in Pueblo County. 

Ballots can be mailed back or dropped off at a number of ballot drop off boxes. Ballots can also be dropped off at voter polling and service centers, also places for voters to register to vote, update voter registration, request a replacement ballot, or have access to ADA devices. Voters can also vote in person at these locations.

In Colorado, voters can register on or before Election Day to vote. 

Pueblo Elections & Politics will be sharing information about the Black Hills Utility issue soon, so you can make an educated choice about possible municipalizing electric in Pueblo, an issue that is up for much debate. 

See this link to Pueblo and Pueblo County voter polling and service centers – https://www.facebook.com/PuebloElections/posts/541115016517509  

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