DENVER – It’s Election Day and have until 7:00 p.m. Tuesday night to either vote in person or drop your ballot off at a drop box.
Broken down by party, Democrats now hold a 4,723 ballot lead over Republicans. A record number of unaffiliated voters have cast their ballots in Colorado so far. Roughly 31-percent of the total number of ballots returned as of this morning have come from unaffiliated voters.
Democrats have cast the most vote at 33.62 percent, followed closely by Republicans at 33.37 percent.
Some 3.2 million ballots were mailed to active voters, according to the Secretary of State’s office, and 1,905,939 ballots have been returned
These turnout percentages were calculated using the most recent voter registration data provided by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office as of November 6th, 2018.