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CO: Few Bottlenecks Thanks to Early Voting

By Marc Kaufman
After a morning rush to vote that led to some long lines, election officials report that Denver residents are generally finding it's getting much easier to cast their ballots. Under clear skies in the mid 60s, Coloradoans are reaping the benefits of large-scale early voting and other innovations like allowing motorists to vote from their cars at Election Division centers.

There were few instances of machine or other voting troubles, although The Denver Post reported that some Spanish-speaking voters were having difficulties at some polling places in Weld County.

Voters may well have experienced many more problems if the vote was tomorrow: The weather forecast calls for rain and then snow in the mountains and coming into Denver.

By Washington Post editors  |  November 4, 2008; 5:51 PM ET
Categories:  50 States , B_Blog  
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