Republicans have regained their status as the largest voting bloc in Colorado, a battleground state for the 2008 presidential election. The Colorado secretary of state says in a report posted online this week that registered Republicans total more than 1,024,500. Unaffiliated voters are second at just under 1,022,400. Democrats are third at just under 946,200. But in June and July, Democrats registered nearly 13,700 new voters, compared with justunder 4,100 new Republican registrations and about 400 new unaffiliated voters. Republicans had been bumped...
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