More than 400,000 ballots have been cast ahead of next week's primary, the Colorado secretary of state announced Friday.
Any mail-in ballots received after Election Day will not be counted; the secretary of state's office advises anyone who has not sent in their mail-in ballot and is uncertain of it making it to the clerk's office on time to drop it off in person.
If you have mailed in your ballot, you can check its progress on GoVoteColorado.com. A link is available on the side of this page.
In El Paso County, 48,160 ballots have been received. The majority--35,795--are from Republicans.
In Pueblo County, 12,508 ballots have been received, with majority being from Democrats.
To see a full county-by-county breakdown statewide, view the link on the side of the page.
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