Larimer County may have almost perfect attendance when it comes to voting this year. As of midday yesterday, according to the Loveland Reporter Herald, 67 percent of registered voters had turned in or mailed in their ballots. Larimer County Clerk Scott Doyle noted that polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. but that most voters had voted early.

Coloradoans have a hotly contested presidential race to decide plus ballots that could change the drug policy of the entire state in regards to medical and recreational marijuana use.

As one of the swing states, Colorado has been inundated with visits from the candidates and vice candidates and their wives. Coloradoans have endured months of advertising trying to swing their vote one way or the other. As a key swing state voters here could decide who lives in the White House at the end of the day.