More than 1 million Colorado voters — about a third of those expected to vote — submitted their ballots at least two weeks before Election Day.

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office reported receiving 1,102,021 ballots as of 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. Democrats continue leading in ballot returns — 446,853 ballots came from registered Democrats vs. 264,804 from Republicans. Unaffiliated voters returned 378,967.

The state has more than 4.1 million registered voters, 3.7 million of whom are considered active voters.

Republican polling firm Magellan Strategies estimates a third of Colorado voters have turned in their ballots based on its expectations of higher turnout than in 2016, a record-breaking year.