COLORADO (KKTV) - The Colorado Secretary of State has released the latest numbers from early voting results.
County clerks will officially start reporting results to the Secretary of State's office at 7 p.m. 11 News will have commercial-free election results at 10 p.m.
So far, there have been more than 2.21 million ballots turned in by Colorado voters.
Locally in El Paso County, there have been 262,068 ballots. Of those, 59,729 are from registered Democrats, while 122,424 are from Republicans. A large chunk, 75,064, are from unaffiliated voters.
In Pueblo County, 62,733 votes have been counted so far. For Democrats, 28,800 ballots have been cast, versus 18,147 Republicans and 15,038 for those who are considered unaffiliated.
Teller County has seen a total of 10,933 ballots. Democrats have turned in 2,016 of that total, while Republicans count for 5,777 and unaffiliated voters have brought in 2,954 of those votes.
There have been 18,812 voters so far in Fremont County. Democrats count for 3,949 of those votes, while 9,333 are Republican and 5,220 are unaffiliated.
Across the battleground state of Colorado, Republicans are ahead as of Tuesday morning. They have turned in 771,745 ballots, while Democrats are at 753,052. A total of 656,882 of those 2,215,258 ballots tallied in Colorado are unaffiliated voters.
Campaigns will be watching Colorado closely throughout the day.
Polling places and drop boxes will be open until 7 p.m. For more on voting locations, click here.