In the final weeks of the campaign, operatives all over the state typically participate in the election game called the “ballot chase” as they harass and harangue voters with mail-in ballots to get them in – get them in now. Come election day, that game morphs into the mad dash to get remaining voters to the polls via any means necessary. Kidnapping? Sure!
That’s why many Monday Morning Quarterbacks like to look at turnout for trends in voting that may have caused an election to swing one way or another. To satisfy everyone’s curiosity, we’ve compiled the turnout from the most populated counties in Colorado to determine which party turned out the most of its voters. For this chart we took number of voters and divided by all (active and inactive) voters to come up with percent turned out. And the winner is…..