Nov 4, 2013 12:36 PM by Maddie Garrett
Colorado voters have until 7:00pm Tuesday to cast their ballots in the statewide election, however thousands of people have already voted by this Monday.
Here is a breakdown of several counties in Southern Colorado on voter turnout:
ACN Dem GRN LBR REP UAF TOTAL
El Paso County 181 19,019 134 579 50,175 23,987 94,075
Fremont County 31 2,005 8 59 4,171 2,141 8,415
Huerfano County 0 752 7 8 387 296 1,450
Pueblo County 53 13,155 30 93 8,130 5,746 27,207
Teller County 11 922 7 31 2,822 1,383 5,176
New laws passed last year mean this year's election is an all mail-in ballot election. All ballots have to be in by 7:00pm Tuesday, and ballots post marked but not received by that time will not be counted.
At this point, mailing in your ballot would probably be too risky in meeting the deadline. However, there are several locations to drop off your ballot in person. Many of those drop-off locations are available 24 hours a day, while others do have daytime operating hours.
And if you prefer voting in person, there are Voter Service and Polling Centers where you can still do that, as well as register to vote all the way through election day on Tuesday.
To find out more about voting in your county, follow the links below:
El Paso County: http://car.elpasoco.com/Pages/default.aspx
Teller County: http://www.co.teller.co.us/cr/ElectionsDept.aspx
Fremont County: http://www.fremontco.com/clerkandrecorder/elections.shtml
Huerfano County: http://www.huerfano.us/Clerk_s_Office.php