Boulder County Elections worker Kathryn Rolfes collects a ballot and check to make sure it is signed at a drive-up ballot drop location at the St. Vrain Community Hub in Longmont on Tuesday. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)
Boulder County Elections worker Kathryn Rolfes collects a ballot and check to make sure it is signed at a drive-up ballot drop location at the St. Vrain Community Hub in Longmont on Tuesday. (Matthew Jonas/Staff Photographer)
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Editor’s note: This story was updated to include the number of votes cast on Monday and the total ballots cast in the 2019 election.

About 36% of Boulder County voters had cast their ballots as of late Tuesday afternoon.

Tuesday morning, there were 230,901 active registered voters in the county, said Mircalla Wozniak, communications specialist with Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

The total number of ballots cast in Boulder County on Monday was 61,021. Wozniak estimated an additional 23,000 ballots were cast Tuesday afternoon before the polls closed, bringing the total to about 84,021 as of late Tuesday afternoon. There were 115,922 ballots cast during the 2019 election.

Wozniak said Boulder County saw a “steady stream” of voters Tuesday, but said there were no wait times. She added about 95% of Colorado voters complete their ballots through the mail rather than in-person.

“It seems steady,” she said.

A majority of the ballot processing will occur two to three days after Election Day, Wozniak said.

“This is a normal timeline and in line with most metro counties,” she wrote in an email.

Wozniak said Boulder County did not receive any reports of voter intimidation. Anyone who did experience issues can report it by emailing ElectionAlert@bouldercounty.org or by calling 720-729-7667.