After moving ahead by a couple hundred ballots, Democrats again fell behind Republicans in the number of ballots returned as of yesterday, with 129,008 and 131,230 ballots being returned respectively by the two parties, according to state government figures.

Unaffiliated voters, who account for about a third of the electorate in Colorado, turned in 103,472 ballots so far.

Men are still outvoting women 183,685 to 182,037.

There are 3.2 million active voters in the state, 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.

As of this week, voters can cast ballots in person at locations across Colorado. And citizens can also still register to vote. Click here for more voting-related information.