Senator Ken Gordon made a stop in Grand Junction today to promote the importance of clean elections.
Gordon is the Democratic candidate for Colorado Secretary of State. He met with local residents to talk about the importance of free, fair and honest elections.
Gordon says photo identification is the best way to prevent voter fraud, but admits it could hurt the elderly and others unable to get a valid photo.
Gordon is currently the senate majority leader in Denver. He faces Republican State Treasurer Mike Coffman in the race to be next Secretary of State.
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