As of October 29, 2010
924,466 Total Ballots Counted
(There are 3,282,855 total registered voters in Colorado as of Oct. 1, 2010)
- 30% of all registered Democrats
- 41% of "active" Democrats
- 35% of all registered Republicans
- 41% of "active" Republicans"
- 19% of total registered Unaffiliated voters
- 28% of "active" Unaffiliated voters
The site also has historical data on Colorado voter turnout:
[There are] 924,466 votes counted as of Friday afternoon. . . . here's how the last two elections break down:
Total Votes: 2,422,236
Percentage of "Active" Voters Casting a Ballot: 91.68%
Total Votes: 1,586,105
Percentage of "Active" Voters Casting a Ballot: 62.59%
There's virtually no chance that we're going to see 2008 levels of turnout. But we should surpass 2006, depending on how many non "Active" voters decide to cast a ballot; as of Friday, both Democrats and Republicans saw "Active" voter turnout at about 41%, so there's still a way to go to reach the 62.59% of 2006.
Realistically, we may see 1 million voters, give or take, turn out to vote tomorrow. Voter turnout of Democrats and Republicans closely tracks their voter registration percentages so far in this election, and unaffiliated voters, who will decide the outcome, are decidedly underepresented so far.