The big question now: Just how many more ballots will come in between Monday and Tuesday, which is the last day ballots can be submitted?
It's looking like turnout will be quite similar to what the city saw early last month during the initial round.
Back then an additional 30,000 ballots came in on Election Day. At last count, close to 190,000 ballots have yet to be returned in this election.
9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli says despite both Chris Romer's and Michael Hancock's campaigning, citywide interest has remained lukewarm.
"Ultimately what drives voters is interest and the sense that something really is at stake," Ciruli said. "That [feeling of] 'If the other side wins, that's terrible,' or 'It's absolutely imperative that my guy win,' and that's what you just don't feel in this election."
Find out more about the local election at DenverVotes.org: http://www.denvergov.org/elections/Home/tabid/429436/Default.aspx.
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