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Future of primary voting for 17-year-olds in Colorado

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The National Hurricane Center is warning of severe storm surge and life-threatening flooding ahead of Hurricane Sally making landfall on the Gulf Coast. David Begnaud has the latest.
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News video: Postal Service To Destroy Undelivered Election Mailers As Part Of Settlement With Colorado

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The U.S. Postal Service will give Colorado election officials the opportunity to preview future national mailings pertaining to voting procedures for the upcoming 2020 election. USPS will also destroy the remaining postcards that have not been delivered in its most recent election-related mailing.

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