More women voted in the Nov. 8 general election in Colorado than men, and Republicans outnumbered Democrats and unaffiliated voters, according to the Colorado Secretary of State's office.
In its last daily ballot return update until the results are finalized on Dec. 8, the office explained that although ballots were due to the clerks' offices by 7 p.m. Election Day, tallying has continued. Military and overseas voters had until eight days after the election to return their ballots. Likewise, voters who failed to sign their ballot or their signature didn't match those on record in county clerk and recorders offices also had eight days to rectify, or "cure," their ballot. Those deadlines ended at midnight, Wednesday, Nov. 16.