More than 175,000 ballots were received and accepted for tabulation as of Wednesday, November 7. As of election night, 151,557 ballots were processed and reported to the Secretary of State as election night unofficial results.
More than 60,000 ballots were received on Monday 11/5 and on 11/6, Election Day, and the majority of the remaining ballots received and accepted for tabulation are expected be processed and reported by Friday (11/9).
The Douglas County Elections Division will continue to provide updated unofficial results as they become available. Election results will not be official until certified by the Board of Canvass on November 26.
As an arm of the state, Douglas County must adhere to the Colorado Secretary of State’s rules and requirements that govern the processing of ballots for Colorado Counties, with a focus on ensuring the integrity of the election.
Douglas County’s 2018 General Election will be defined by one of the largest ballots in the County’s history and a voter turn-out that exceeded all previous mid-term elections in the County.
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