Teachers around Colorado have been fielding lots of questions from students about what president-elect Donald Trump will mean for their future.
“I’m just here to support you and here to be right in my own heart with what has happened,” said one protester.
Heads of Donald Trump's outreach efforts to Colorado discuss what his victory might mean for health care, immigration and trade.
Overall, Trump has spent nearly $5.2 million on ads in Colorado, while Clinton has spent $4.9 million, including $880,000 before the state caucuses.
With just a week to go until Election Day, what are the early ballot returns -- and actual voters -- saying?
"If teens like me are already moved to tune out our civic responsibilities before we even get the chance to go to the ballot box, why on Earth would we vote when that time actually comes?"
As of Thursday morning, almost 30,000 more Democrats have turned in their ballots than Republicans. That's a change from 2014.
Mail-in ballots may limit opportunities for voter intimidation. But it can still happen on social media and other avenues.