Three states—Colorado, Oklahoma, and Utah—are holding statewide primaries on June 30.
In Colorado, primaries are being held for three state board of education seats, three seats on the University of Colorado Board of Regents, 18 state Senate seats, and 65 state House seats.
In Oklahoma, primaries are being held for corporation commissioner, 11 state Senate seats, and 38 state House seats. Additionally, a special primary election is being held in District 28 of the Oklahoma State Senate. In May, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (R) signed legislation reinstating the absentee ballot notarization requirement struck down by the Oklahoma Supreme Court on May 4, 2020. The legislation permits voters to submit copies of their identification in lieu of fulfilling the notarization requirement in the event of a state of emergency occurring within 45 days of an election. The legislation also specified that individuals experiencing symptoms indicative of COVID-19, and individuals classified as vulnerable to infection, could cast an absentee ballot under the ‘physical incapacitation’ eligibility category.
In Utah, primaries are being held for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, four state board of education seats, five state Senate seats, and 13 state House seats. In April 2020, Utah Governor Gary Herbert (R) signed legislation canceling in-person election day voting, in-person early voting, and in-person voter registration for the June 30 primary election.