As of noon, Colorado has a voter turnout rate of 79.5% for the 2020 Elections.
Colorado votes are coming in at huge numbers! According to Secretary of State Jena Griswold, over 3 million ballots have been received in Colorado as of noon on Tuesday, with a 79.5% turnout rate of active voters in the state. This already surpasses 2016’s figure of 74.39% and doesn’t yet include the remaining votes to be cast.
As of noon today, 3,003,907 ballots have been returned, for a turnout rate of 79.5% among active registered voters! Let’s keep it up Colorado & make sure our state has the highest turnout rate in the nation! You can register & vote until 7 pm tonight. https://t.co/T1hpRP1lhp
— Colorado Sec. of State (@COSecofState) November 3, 2020
Furthermore, Denver Elections Division reported a similarly high voter turnout rate, with 77.8% of registered voters in Denver having already cast their votes by 2 pm.
— Denver Elections (@DenverElections) November 3, 2020
It’s still not too late to vote! Voters have until 7 pm on Tuesday to get their ballots in at one of the official ballot drop boxes or at one of the state’s many voting centers. This is the chance to help shape the future and make sure your voice is heard!