Fewer than 1 in 3 registered Colorado voters cast ballots in Tuesday's election.
Why it matters: Turnout hit a record low for an odd-year election since the introduction of automatic mail balloting in the state, an Axios Denver analysis of preliminary data shows.
By the numbers: The ballot included three statewide measures — all of which failed — but interest was driven largely by local elections.
- School board races in Jefferson and Douglas counties helped spur some interest in the election and boosted turnout.
- Denver recorded its lowest turnout in the past decade at 18% — behind the previous low mark of 25% in 2011.
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