Grand County clerk receives 3,100 ballots |

Grand County clerk receives 3,100 ballots

Sky-Hi News Staff

The Grand County Clerk & Recorder’s office had received 3,104 ballots as of noon Tuesday, Oct. 28.

The ballot affiliations were: 1,715 Republican, 672 Democratic, 693 unaffiliated, 16 Libertarian, five Green Party and three American Constitution.

So far, turnout is over 30 percent of the roughly 9,740 ballots mailed out in Grand County.

Grand County Clerk Sara Rosene said she couldn’t say how the turnout so far compares with the 2012 general election, because this election is the first all mail ballot election.

“It’s certainly a really good return and really high, but in my opinion, it’s not really a fair comparison,” Rosene said.

Voter registration and voting is allowed through Election Day at the Grand County Administration Building.

Ballots can be mailed to the clerk and recorder or hand delivered to one of the following drop-off locations: the Grand County Administration Building, Church of the Eternal Hills in Tabernash, CSU Extension Hall in Kremmling, Fraser Town Hall, Granby Town Hall and Grand Lake Town Hall.

All ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Nov. 4. Any ballot received after 7 p.m. will not be counted.

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