The latest numbers from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office shows going into Election Day, almost two million voters have already cast ballots. That’s more than half of the state’s registered voters.
As early in-person voting comes to a close, Northern Colorado election officials are making their plea to mail-in ballot voters to return their envelopes as soon as possible before Election Day.
Nearly a million Coloradans have already cast ballots for next week’s election. But some in Summit County say they’re still waiting for their mail-in ballots that should have arrived two weeks ago.
Early voting locations open across the state Monday giving Coloradans the opportunity to cast their ballots ahead of Election Day, Nov. 6.