Thousands of Coloradans have already returned their ballots to county clerks for the state primary June 30. The Colorado Secretary of State's office is sending daily updates to let voters know how many ballots have been returned from each party. As of Wednesday, 853,550 ballots had been returned.
Elections officials are urging Coloradans to return their ballots by drop box rather than vote centers amid the spread of the coronavirus. All ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day, and postmarks will not count.
Here's the latest breakdown of ballots received, courtesy of the Colorado Secretary of State's Office:
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