Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters gathered in Colorado on Sunday that they should vote multiple times to ensure their votes are "properly counted" in a continuation of his claims that November's election is rigged against him. Now do you think those ballots are properly counted? Lynn Bartels, his spokesperson, rebuffed Trump's allegations and insisted that the electoral process in the state is "incredibly secure", adding that voter fraud is rare. They can send them in or give them up to vote in person instead.
You can register to vote all the way until Election Day in Colorado, but Monday is the last day to register and still get a ballot in the mail.
But there's another set of still-registered voters who haven't yet been sent ballots - nearly 53,000 of them - because they've been placed in an "inactive-voter" category. "Like people say, 'Oh, here's a ballot, bing, here's another ballot, throw it away, throw".
Colorado is not the only state where Trump has sowed confusion and mistrust of voting systems.
Local leaders gathered to speak about the differences between Clinton and Trump.
The Trump campaign is expected to officially announce the rally sometime this weekend.
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Since then, Trump's supporters have taken up the word as a way to describe themselves. Reporters covering Donald Trump rallies are used to getting booed and heckled.
Young said he hears that voters don't care as much about political parties as they do about working together to get things accomplished.
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., spoke earlier in the event and said a large percentage of Republicans haven't yet submitted their ballots - the first all mail presidential ballot election in the state since the mail-in election started in 2014.
Look, if Trump wants to suppress his own supporters' votes by pushing them to vote twice, that's his call.
"Obamacare is a total catastrophe for Colorado", Trump said.
I've provided video below of Trump's full comments that CNN's reporters didn't appear initially interested in following.
According to CNN, registered voters in Colorado automatically receive a ballot in the mail but can ask for a new ballot or choose to vote in person if they have not mailed in a completed ballot.