Here's an interesting story -- so many new voters are being registered in Boulder County that the county clerk is having to hire extra staff and work nights and weekends to process all of the applications.
Whoever decided to target Boulder County for voter registration was very smart. It's traditionally the most reliably liberal part of the state (with the possible exception of Aspen and the rest of Pitkin County, which has a much smaller population), but like the rest of Colorado, it has a big problem with voter apathy. Of course there are a lot of college students there who are eligible to vote but who do not. There is no reason to suspect that Boulder County (unlike some places) will be hostile to the idea of letting students register and vote there. And while CU conservatives get all the media love, I seriously doubt that too many college students are going to be very keen on voting for four more wars.