SOUTHERN COLORADO — With less than a week left in this year's coordinated election, numbers have started rolling in on the number of ballots voters have returned to local county clerks offices.
According to the Colorado Secretary of State, a total of 527,654 ballots have been returned for the Nov. 5 election.
Here are how some counties are looking so far with ballots that have been mailed in:
- Custer County: 1,065
- El Paso County: 67,682
- Fremont County: 5,105
- Huerfano County: 1,319
- Las Animas County: 1,811
- Pueblo County: 14,295
- Teller County: 2,530
If you'd like to see other counties' results, you can click here.
Election day is Nov. 5 and all ballots are due by 7 p.m. on that date.
You can return them in person at voter service and polling center or at an official Clerk & Recorders Office drop-off location.
The final date to mail ballots in and ensure they arrive on time has passed.
For a list of drop-off locations in your county, see the link below.