Democrats outpacing Republicans in returned ballots in Colorado
Democrats are outpacing Republicans when it comes to returning their ballots for the Nov. 8th election, but in Weld County, GOP supporters are holding strong. More than 15,000 Republicans have mailed back their ballots, compared to just over 10,000 Democrats and 9,200 unaffiliated voters. In Larimer County, the trends are reversed, with Democrats outpacing the Republicans by about 300 ballots, according to numbers released Monday by the Secretary of State’s office. The two counties along make up more than 10% of the total number of ballots returned statewide.