As Colorado makes headlines as the site of some of the most contentious and expensive campaigns, the New York Times visited with Colorado citizens to discuss personal emotions.
Uncertainty was a prevailing sentiment.
In dozens of interviews in Loveland and across Larimer County, a similar conclusion emerged time and again: uncertainty or trepidation about the future with the election simply an expression of those deeper currents.
On issues from the economy to the state of democracy, many people described themselves as out to sea and adrift. Some said they feared that lost jobs might never return. Others were clinging more tightly than ever to the things they thought worth fighting for: family, school, church.
The complete story is here.