Your vote countsOn Monday it was widely reported that the Democrats jumped out into the lead on the first day that people were really keeping track of ballot returns.  Today, the Democrats saw their share of the ballot count collapse a bit.

Yesterday’s results showed Democrats with 48,030 votes, which accounted for 42.2% of total ballots returned.  Today their share of the total ballots returned has slipped to 41.1%, while Republicans saw an uptick in their portion of the returns, moving from 32.3% to 33.0%.

This morning’s ballot chase break down is below:

Republican ballots returned: 94,499
Democrat ballots returned: 117,766
Unaffiliated ballots returned: 70,410

Other party ballots returned: 3,964

Some key counties are below:


Democrat: 7,249

Republican: 4,447

Total: 15,838


Democrat: 14,391

Republican: 11,436

Total: 34,662


Democrat: 21,671

Republican: 4,999

Total: 35,017


Democrat: 5,717

Republican: 9,406

Total: 20,235

El Paso

Democrat: 8,549

Republican: 13,195

Total: 29,546


Democrat: 15,930

Republican: 12,457

Total: 39,606


Democrat: 3,011

Republican: 4,050

Total: 9,440