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The Democratic candidates competing in the June party primary for U.S. Senate are Andrew Romanoff, left, and John Hickenlooper, right. (Colorado Sun photo illustration)

The Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in Colorado is expected to accelerate next week when the two candidates meet in their first two debates the week that ballots start hitting the mail

John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff are competing for a chance to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in the November election. Democrats and unaffiliated voters can cast ballots in the June 30 primary election. 

The second of the back-to-back debates is hosted by The Colorado Sun and TV partners CBS4 and PBS12. It will take place remotely, at the request of Hickenlooper’s campaign, and air June 10 at 6 p.m.

Ahead of the debate, we want to know what questions you want the candidates to address. Please complete the form below (or here at this link) to share your questions and thoughts.

John Frank is a former Colorado Sun staff writer. He left the publication in January 2021.