Next Question: "What if we don't vote for a president? Will the rest of a ballot count?"
That question is from Scott Houg in Aurora, and we took it to Denver Elections to find out the answer:
"People do have the right to what we call 'undervote.' So if they don't vote in a particular race, regardless of that race is, their ballot still counts," Alton Dillard, who works with Denver Elections, told us.
There you have it, Scott. Your ballot will still count.
Scott's question, and Congressman Mike Coffman's decision about voting in the presidential election, made us wonder how many people will skip the election? Vote in our poll: