COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Tuesday night marked the end of the drop offs for the November ballots in southern Colorado.
Voter turnout was a concern in the days leading up to the election, but thousands made it out to drop their ballots to weight in on some of the key issues of the election.
At last check, both Pueblo and El Paso counties had about 32 percent turnout.
Some of the main issues in El Paso County was the widening of I-25 question, storm water fee for Colorado Springs, and School District 11 funding.
In Pueblo, public safety and funding for the jail took a central spotlight.