DENVER (AP) - People are dropping off their ballots and voting in person around Colorado in the final day of the election.
As of Tuesday morning, 2.2 million people had already voted but everyone else has until 7 p.m. to either return their ballot at a drop box or cast their ballot at a voting center.
Democrats were quicker to cast their ballots this year but Republicans have overtaken them. Of those who have already voted, 35 percent are registered Republicans and 34 percent are Democrats. Thirty percent are unaffiliated.
Voters can find out where they can drop off their ballots or vote in person at GoVoteColorado.com.