Lack of interest in the ballot means voting in today’s primary is likely to be light, according to the Aurora Sentinel.
Despite being an all-mail ballot, the voter turnout isn’t very high. Officials expect that 25 to 30 percent of the voters would return ballots.
And in the Springs, voters are distracted by the wildfire burning west of the city. The city clerk has indicated voters who are displaced by the fire can pick up replacement ballots.
Read more at the Aurora Sentinel.