A week after ballots were mailed to registered voters statewide, completed forms are slowly trickling in to county clerk and recorder's offices, the Colorado Secretary of State's Office reported Monday.
In El Paso County, 4,958 ballots have been returned to date, while zero were reported to have been submitted in Teller County.
Statewide, 36,387 ballots have been received and validated, the Secretary of State's Office said.
Republicans have cast double the ballots over Democrats in El Paso County. Republicans turned in 2,467 while Democrats have submitted 1,125.
Of the county's 449,498 registered voters, 95,648 are Democrats and 177,708 are Republican. Another 165,958 are unaffiliated.
El Paso County has 1,997 registered voters in the American Constitution Party, 1,420 voters in the Green Party, 6,622 in the Libertarian Party of Colorado, and 145 in the Unity Party of Colorado.
Pikes Peak region ballots include questions on spending for stormwater, transportation, a municipal facility, tourism and telecommunications, along with two mayoral seats, school financing initiatives in five districts and contested school board seats in eight.
Ballots must be returned by mail or to county clerk and recorder service centers by 7 p.m. Nov. 7, Election Day.
Voter registration information, ballot status checks and locations of in-person voting locations or ballot drop-off locations can be found at www.govotecolorado.com.
For more information, go to http://www.epcvotes.com.