The deadline is approaching for unaffiliated voters to choose which party’s primary ballots they would like to receive.
The El Paso County Clerk is asking voters to choose a ballot preference for the June 26 primary by May 15, 2018.
The County said it is up to voters to choose whether they only want to receive just one ballot, but it would help ease confusion and save El Paso County money.
If you do not choose a preference, you will receive both ballots in the mail. However, you can only send one ballot back. If you fill out both ballots and send both back, your vote will not count.