Well, turns out the 31-year-old actually ended up going into labor early Friday morning!
Max shared to People of their decision to still make their way to the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office before welcoming their little girl:
"At 7:30 a.m., her labor had started. We had planned to vote Friday morning, and obviously with her being in labor there was a question about whether we were going to go or not. We took a good labor and delivery class, and her contractions were still seven to 10 minutes apart so I said, ‘Do you want to go get it done?' She's like, ‘Yeah.' She wasn't in major pain, it was all manageable, so we went and dropped off our ballots around 11 a.m., didn't end up going to the hospital until 2:30 p.m., and then the baby was born 1 a.m. Saturday morning."
"Our values dictate that we stop men like Donald Trump. I think that what Donald Trump represents is everything that we don't share as far as values go — lying, manipulation, sexism, bigotry, racism. It was extremely important to us."
Sounds like their baby girl has some pretty great parents!