MESA COUNTY, Colo. — Mesa County’s 2020 Primary election resulted in a 46.35% voter turnout. 44,857 ballots were turned in, and 96,776 ballots were distributed.
(ORIGINAL): As of 5:30 pm Tuesday, The Mesa County Elections Center collected 43,157 ballots out of 98,700 ballots sent out to registered voters in Mesa County. Also at 5:30 pm, 411 people had voted in person. The last time Colorado saw a primary election, which was the presidential election, Mesa County saw 47,769 in-person voters.
Polls are open until 7 pm Tuesday.