With over 800,000 ballots now cast in Colorado’s midterm election, women have now outvoted men by about 19,000, and Republicans still hold a lead over Democrats, 280,789 to 279,781.

About 232,000 unaffiliated votes have been cast as well.

If you are a citizen not currently registered to vote, you can still cast a ballot in the upcoming election by registering to vote in person at a voting center near you.

You will be asked to fill out a form and show identification (e.g., drivers license, passport, utility bill, bank statement, pay stub, and many other forms of ID are accepted.)

If you’ve moved recently, you can still vote or register to vote from now through election day. Colorado law even allows election-day registration for citizens who are not registered. But you must go to an voting center.

Voters can cast ballots in person or deliver their mail-in ballots at locations across Colorado. Click here to find a location near you.

There are 3.2 million active voters in Colorado, and about 2.8 million voted in 2016, 93 percent of whom voted by mail. Seven percent voted in person.

Ballots must be received, not postmarked, by 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, to be counted.