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my ballot in weld county andk8?o i w?ant to meet carly and talk with her. >> reporter: since the election is over, she pulled up the information on her screen. >> we got your ballot on november 11 and we received it at 11:16 a.m. >> does the signature have to be exact? >> we have every signature you submitte on your current voter registration record. this was your 2015 signature. you can see we have multiple years of your signature. eally, like i said, see the progression of your signature.
counted? >> reporter: you don't get updates after their vaify the sig nch-- verify the signature to protect how you voted. >> we have an audit log and trail and have to make sure all of our numbers balance and we have that cross check to make sure you are confident that, yes, your ballot has counted because ourr matches our end number. >> reporter: what did you think? >> i was very impressed witq?,h what happens with my ballot and i am going to do that. >> reporter: you can see that your?v ballot got he ?=)marked it your gnature, but you can never really know? that your votes got counted the way you intended. is that vh?frustrating? or do you feel confidentp! about
changing all around green door furniture for better part of a decade. the see went sleepy, to trendy, that electic store stood still with the window full of so much stuff, so many random things you couldn't help but stop and look when you passed. all of tennyson stopped and looked yesterday when green door went up in flames. our byron reed takes us there. >> reporter: the changing face of tennyson street berkeley neighborhood... >> big high rises, restaurants. >> reporter:... has some business owners concerned. >> i don't see them putting in anything else other than restaurants or pizza. >> reporter: for shop owners like rude y, having a long running business on the street, you get to know who has been around a while. >> that was me from compass glass, green door, and chuck's barber.
baskets, bicycle horns. >> reporter: that drew some attention from those passing by. >> i think everybody who walked by here went, that is kind of an interesting place. >> reporter: an interesting place that caught fire yesterday morning. >> i ran outside yesterday when i saw the car pull over there and i seen people running that way. >> reporter: denver fire said no one was injured when the fire broke out. the antique shop was still open for business. >> i took one of the first pictures of the fire when >> reporter: a fire that has some in this neighborhood thinking about what is in store for the long-time property, and its owners. >> they are up in age, most people when up in age kind of don't, you know, rebuild. but we have to wait and see. >> reporter: wait and see for all those concerned on the street facing change. >> it is real ainteresting that it-- really interesting that it burned down because it didn't fit into the neighborhood
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ibthe mountains. a little cool off coming our way friday, chilly with light snowfall. 1-2 inches, tops. and then a huge warm up in store for the weekend. 40s and 50s, plenty of sunshine, and, kyle, i would like to put in my vote. fu manchu tomorrow. >> fu manchu. your vote counts like anybody else's. once, not chicago. deer with fangs, like the nature channel meets a horror movie. there is a begins with politics, as so much does these days. our republican political analyst, kelly maher was in here saying her husband had gone deer hunting in oshkosh, nebraska, he shot a mule deer and when he got the skull back, look at the fangs. what is the deal with that? the taxidermist said it was only the second set he has seen on any deer species, we got in touch with an expert who says fangs on a deer are unusual but it is not like 1ane million rare.
tell you that. but if we see one, i wouldn't have batted an eye. not too many people have taken the time to write something up with the teeth. i mean, it is rare. i mean, but it is not-- it is not that big-- like 6 toes in cats, you see it every now and then but you don't see much written about it. >> csu says the big fang -like elk. kelly maher said she might let her husband put that one on the wall. your division on my