Logan County’s unaffiliated registered voters can express a preference for participating in either the Republican or Democratic primaries on June 26, but the cannot vote in both.

Wayne Williams, Colorado’s secretary of state, completed a three-city tour this week called the UChooseCO campaign emphasizing the fact that the state’s new voting law allows unaffiliated voters to participate in one of the primary elections.

That’s important in counties like Logan, where unaffiliated voters outnumber registered Democrats as the second-largest group of registered voters. According to Logan County Clerk and Recorder Pam Bacon, Logan County has 5,722 Republicans, 3,432 unaffiliated and 1,725 Democrats registered to vote. There are 143 voters registered to one of the minor parties for a total of 11,022 registered voters in Logan County.

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