Primary Turnout Still Wheezing Along Slowly

votebuttonWe’re continuing to pass along the latest turnout numbers from the Colorado Secretary of State’s office for the June 28th Primary, though things haven’t changed much since Tuesday morning (numbers are accurate as of 7:55 a.m. on Wednesday):


Ballots sent: 989,879;
Ballots returned: 154,941;
Percent: 15.65%


Ballots sent: 997,073;
Ballots returned: 163,550;
Percent: 16.40%

How does this compare to 2014? In the June 24, 2014 U.S. Senate Primary, there were 213,746 Democratic ballots cast, compared to 338,324 for Republicans.

For more information on turnout based on a county-by-county basis, click here (PDF).

7 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. TobiasFunke says:

    All those folks Feeling the Bern, but can't be bothered to return a ballot? 

  2. Duke Cox says:

    there are no contested races on my ballot…I am participating in this election, primarily, to record an undervote for Senator Bennet. 

  3. Duke Cox says:

    I voted in the CD3 race to make sure Gail gets some encouraging numbers…they can compare.

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