- Meeting a watery end: Drone captures eerie remains of partially-submerged church flooded by Bulgarian dam 50 years ago
- Stunning mountains, small town charm and plenty of celebrity inhabitants: Why New York's Catskill Mountains are the new A-list oasis
- Artist transforms abandoned buildings in Hawaii by painting beautiful murals of women emerging from the waves
- French probe death of Russian tycoon Alexander Perepilichny
- Why having a baby could block your chances of getting a mortgage: Mums-to-be say they are being picked on by loan firms
- Lufthansa considering introducing drug testing for its pilots following Germanwings tragedy that saw 150 people killed by co-pilot with 'psychological problems'
- NSA winds down once-secret phone-records collection program
- Little Abi, 12, forced to battle rare kidney disease without the drug that can save her life because of NHS red tape
- Police hunt for white van as search continues for vulnerable 16-year-old who went missing with man more than three times her age
- Government abandons 'fire at will' plan letting bosses sack staff for no reason as Cameron bids to make Tories the 'workers party'
Colorado 4 Year Old Girl Tired Of 'Bronco Bama' And Mitt Romney - Video
With less than one week to go before Election Day, it's safe to say that many Americans feel a bit of election fatigue. At the Al Smith dinner earlier this month, even President Barack Obama joked that "sometimes it feels like this race has gone on forever."
But out of the mouths of babes we often get the truth and, like so many of us, this Fort Collins 4-year-old is ready for this election season to end.
"I'm tired of Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney," A teary-eyed Abigael tells her mother in the video.
Evans told 9News that she and her daughter were listening to NPR when Abigael starting tearing up.
"That's why you're crying?" Elizabeth asks to which Abigael starts to cry and cough. "It'll be over soon, Abby. The election will be over soon, okay?"
Abigael then tries to get a hold of herself and responds to her mother with a tearful, "Okay."
Elizabeth Evans posted this video yesterday to her YouTube account after the young girl heard "one too many mentions of the election," Evans describes on her YouTube page.
Hang in there Abigael -- just a few more days, just a few more days.