DENVER — The race for Colorado's 3rd Congressional District between Republican incumbent Rep. Lauren Boebert and Democrat Adam Frisch was within a few hundred votes on Friday morning.
There were still some ballots to be counted in the extremely tight race that has garnered national attention. Both candidates went to Washington, D.C. for U.S. House of Representatives business as their race remained undecided.
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In Colorado, recounts are automatically initiated when the margin is less than 0.5% of the leader's vote total. In this race, that threshold currently sits at 818 votes.
Scroll over the map below to see vote totals for each candidate for each county in the 3rd Congressional District.
When will all the votes be counted in Colorado?
The end of the day on Wednesday was the deadline for voters to cure a ballot with a signature discrepancy or to provide a missing ID for a mail or provisional ballot to be counted. It was also the deadline for county clerks to receive military and overseas ballots, according to the Secretary of State's Office.
Friday is the last day for county clerks to complete verification and counting of provisional ballots. It's also when counties must finish counting all in-person and mail ballots.
The deadline for a candidate to request a recount at their own expense is Dec. 6, though it's unlikely that will happen in this race because the recount will be automatic.
>Below: A map showing U.S. House of Representative election results across the country and the balance of power:
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