"We have some that the signatures didn't match," Larimer County's Clerk and Recorder Scott Doyle said."A number of [ballots] that people didn't sign."
Doyle says the number of mail-in ballots having issues was expected in an election with this many voters. Those voters will get a letter. They then have until eight days after the election to fix the problem.
Larimer County is considered one of Colorado's three swing counties. Back in 2008, President Obama won Larimer County.
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