DENVER (AP) - Democrat John Hickenlooper handed out hot chocolate to Denver voters and Republican Dan Maes held an Election Day meeting with a patriot group in Colorado Springs as they awaited the final word from voters.
American Constitution Party Candidate Tom Tancredo waved to voters in a Denver suburb on Tuesday and then took a nap.
Turnout in Denver was heavy, with curbside service and lines of voters at the city's main election office.
Denver Republican Victoria Fernandez says she voted for Tancredo because she felt he was the best conservative candidate.
Another Denver Republican, Paul Orrell, voted for Hickenlooper, the second democrat he's supported for governor. The first was Roy Romer.
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