UPDATE: GOP Holds Slim Turnout Edge Into Afternoon

November 6, 2012
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More than 1.9 million Coloradans had cast ballots by lunch time

DENVER–As of noon Tuesday, Colorado Republican voters were keeping their edge, notching a roughly 2 percent lead over Democrats, according to figures released by the Secretary of State’s office.

More than 1.9 million Coloradans had cast ballots by lunch time, with Republicans coming in at 35.9 percent of the total and Democrats trailing with 34.1 percent. Unaffiliated voters represented 28.8 percent of all ballots cast.

In the crucial suburban Denver swing counties, Republicans led by just 225 votes out of 234,615 cast in Arapahoe County, and by 6,634 votes out of 238,523 cast in Jefferson County, according to the midday totals.

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