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November 02, 2020 01:30 PM UTC

Colorado Ballots Surge Past 2018 Total

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Coloradans continue to vote in staggering numbers, as evidenced by the latest ballot return data from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. Through Sunday, Nov. 1, more than 2,573,699 million Coloradans have cast a ballot; this surpasses the total number of ballots cast in all of 2018, when 2.56 million Coloradans circled their ovals.

When all is said and done, Colorado should have little trouble setting a new total vote record — well more than the 2.86 million who voted in 2016. In fact, we might blow by that mark sometime today.

Via Colorado Secretary of State (through 11/1/20)

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    1. The link is for Denver County.  Several other counties have a similar application, with wait times updated at different intervals — some only update every hour.

      Everyone in line at 7 pm tomorrow gets a card to vote … if you try to join a voter center line or a drop box line after that, you are likely out of luck.

      VOTE BEFORE 7 P.M. !!!!!

      1. Yep, that's how it works. I was the"machine judge" for several cycles. At 7 PM they'll walk to the back of the line and hand out tickets. The judges will keep the poll open until the last ticket-holder has had their say. Then it's another hour, at least to do the paperwork, shut down the machines, tidy up the space, and run their results back to the clerk's office. So be patient, folks. The work's not done when the doors close.

        1. Statewide, the 2018 Unaffiliated went for Polis over Stapleton by about 60% / 25% margin.

          That same survey asked about the 2020 Presidential race:  back then, a "2020 Presidential ballot test finds 55% of unaffiliated voters supporting the “generic” Democratic candidate, 23% supporting Donald Trump, 4% supporting an “other” candidate and 17% were undecided." 

          I'm betting not a great deal has changed.

          1. You don’t need to know who.

            You just need numbers.

            In the beginning you know how many primary ballots went out to the different parties. And you know which ballot the UAFs returned.

            The SoS also posts results that shows which way UAFs break.

            Next primary election go watch ballots come in to the drop boxes. The outer envelopes of UAFs are yellow.

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