In this college town nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, a common refrain emerges among Millennial voters.

“A lot of people are trending away from the main parties and looking third party,” said Sean Tait, a 22-year-old firefighter. “It would be nice to have new options.”

Tait, who grew up with firearms, feels strongly about gun rights. Accessible health care also is important to him. With these disparate issues being championed by opposing parties, he doesn’t know yet who will get his vote.

In 2012, Tait cast his first presidential ballot for Republican nominee Mitt Romney. This year, it might be Libertarian Gary Johnson or even Democrat Hillary Clinton.

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