Polls show growing enthusiasm among Latino voters in Colorado as the election nears, but Latino leaders who have been involved with get-out-the-vote campaigns say excitement about the November election has been tempered by little progress on immigration issues.

"We haven't seen the enthusiasm this year. We're certainly not seeing the enthusiasm we saw in 2008," said Grace Lopez Ramirez, state director for Mi Familia Vota.

Lopez Ramirez spoke about the upcoming election Wednesday at Metropolitan State University of Denver when results of a new survey were released showing President Obama still has the support of 74 percent of Latino voters in Colorado ...