Photos: Colorado Democrats push early vote (for Obama) on heels of high registration numbers

Today is the first day that voters can cast their ballots in person as part of early voting in Colorado -- and the state's top Democratic officials set an example by voting in front of a bunch of cameras in Denver. The photo op underscores how important the ground game is for Obama in key swing states and how the Democrats, on the heels of national polls showing the presidential race tied among likely voters, must turn registrations into votes.
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