A Colorado couple said last year’s legislative and congressional redistricting left them the sole residents of the state’s smallest voting precinct. Larimer County resident Ann Grant, a Democrat, said she and her husband, Butch Hartson, a Republican, learned of their unique status from an official with the local Republican Party earlier this year. “He told us we had a precinct all to ourselves, and we were the smallest precinct in the state – and maybe even the country,” Hartson said. “We all had a big laugh about it. It’s really kind of funny.” Hartson said he was the sole attendee at his precinct’s Republican caucus last month. “I had a drink, talked with the other Republican in the room – me – got bored and went to bed,” he joked. Grant had similar plans for the Democratic caucus.