Last Report: 10/26/2020
Source: Data provided by Colorado Secretary of State’s office

Total Vote: 1,768,026
Total Vote as Percentage of 2016 Total Turnout: 61.8%

Colorado is an all-mail state, with an in-person voting option. To measure participation, I combine voters who have cast mail ballots and in-person votes into a single “Total Voted” category.

Total Voted

Total Voted: 1,768,026

Total Voted by Party Registation

Party Total Voted Freq. Distribution Voter Registration Voted Rate
Democrats 657,305 37.2 1,215,517 54.1
Republicans 463,131 26.2 1,110,614 41.7
Minor 20,330 1.1 75,852 26.8
No Party Affiliation 627,260 35.5 1,709,243 36.7
TOTAL 1,768,026 100.0 4,111,226 43.0

In-Person Early Vote

Ballots Returned: 14,889

In-Person Vote by Party Registration

Party Count Percent
Democrats 3,742 25.1
Republicans 5,865 39.4
Minor 328 2.2
No Party Affiliation 4,954 33.3
TOTAL 14,889 100.0

Mail Ballots Returned and Accepted

Ballots Returned and Accepted: 1,753,137

Mail Ballots Returned and Accepted by Party Registration

Party Count Percent
Democrats 653,563 37.3
Republicans 457,266 26.1
Minor 20,002 1.1
No Party Affiliation 622,306 35.5
TOTAL 1,753,137 100.0

Requested Mail Ballots

Ballots Requested: 4,111,226

Colorado is an all-mail ballot state. Ballot requests reported here are counts of the state’s registered voters.

Mail Ballot Requests by Party Registration

Party Count Percent
Democrats 1,215,517 29.6
Republicans 1,110,614 27.0
Minor 75,852 1.8
No Party Affiliation 1,709,243 41.6
TOTAL 4,111,226 100.0

Colorado registered Democrats have a 104,903 ballot request lead over registered Republicans.

Mail Ballot Requests by Age

Age Count Percent
18 to 24 421,674 10.3
25 to 34 835,247 20.3
35 to 44 728,517 17.7
45 to 54 625,405 15.2
55 to 64 654,444 15.9
65 and up 845,939 20.6
TOTAL 4,111,226 100.0