Over 5,500 early voting ballots tallied. Polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday. | SummitDaily.com

Over 5,500 early voting ballots tallied. Polls close at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

A sign informs voters that masks are required to enter Silverthorne Pavilion to casts ballots on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021.
Jason Connolly/For the Summit Daily News

Election Day is here. As the last ballots are turned in and counted Tuesday, Nov. 2, a total of 5,521 ballots are already in.

Summit County Clerk and Recorder Kathleen Neel reported Tuesday morning that 5,521 ballots had been counted. In total, there are 22,000 active, registered voters in Summit County.

Of the 5,521 ballots counted, the majority — 2,382 — were cast by unaffiliated voters. Voters registered as Democrats cast 1,913 ballots, Republicans cast 1,187 and libertarians cast 26 ballots. The remaining ballots were cast by American constitution, approval voting, green and unity party members.

Tuesday is the last day to vote, and ballots must be in possession of the Summit County clerk and recorder or in a drop box by 7 p.m. for votes to count. Summit County residents can cast their votes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Summit County Library south branch, 103 S. Harris St., Breckenridge
  • Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway, Silverthorne
  • Summit County Community and Senior Center, 0083 Nancy’s Place, Frisco

Masks are required for in-person voting.

Signed ballots can be dropped off at polling centers or at drop boxes at the following locations:

  • Dillon Town Hall, 275 Lake Dillon Drive, Dillon
  • Frisco Town Hall, 1 Main St., Frisco
  • Summit County Library north branch, 651 Center Circle, Silverthorne
  • Summit County Library main location, 0037 Peak One Drive, Frisco
  • Summit County Courthouse, 208 E. Lincoln Ave., Breckenridge

Voter registration is allowed at polling centers on Election Day.

Visit SummitDaily.com/election for a voters’ guide and election night coverage.

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