"Ballot box," "election day," "polling place." In a few years, those phrases might seem as archaic as video tape and buggy whips. Over the last decade, the ritual of standing in line at a school or city hall on election day to cast a ballot has fractured into a plethora of voting options. If the changes have your head spinning, imagine how much life has changed for the clerks who run elections. As part of our series, Colorado Votes, Ryan Warner talks with Larimer County Clerk Scott Doyle, the former head of the Colorado County Clerks Association.