Officials screen ballots to prevent election fraud

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DENVER -- A lot of voters are concerned about election fraud.

Whether you mail it in, drop it off at a ballot box or vote in person on Election Day, your ballot ends up at a county election headquarters.

While the machines that match signatures on the ballot and on their file might vary, each has bipartisan teams of election judges keeping an eye out for discrepancies from start to finish.