Friday, November 2, 2012

Republicans Ahead by 36,000 Colorado Votes: 1,305,000 Mailed Back Thursday

Two-thirds of the expected mail-in vote arrived at county clerk offices on Thursday, Nov. 1.  The expected total vote is about 2,700,000, and mail-in voting should be 70 percent of the total.

The county-level returns indicate a close election.  Toss-up counties are producing narrow wins for Republicans.

Three counties are providing the parties the highest percentage of partisan advantage in returns.  Boulder Democrats’ advantage over Republicans is now 28 percent of the county total and Denver Democrats are 38 percent.  Douglas is the top achiever for Republicans with 31 percent Republican returns mailed than Democrats.

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