There’s still a week left until election day and already more than 14,000 Weld County ballots have been returned, according to new numbers from the Secretary of State’s office. The primary this year is, for the first time, open to all voters, regardless of party affiliation. But voters can still only vote in one primary, not both. Tuesday is the last day that you can mail in your primary ballot. After that, you’ll have to drop it off in person at one of the county’s official drop-off boxes or at the voting locations.