To beat Joe Biden, a candidate needs to pound him with reality. Here's an example.
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet whacked Trump for his failure to help people afford a middle class lifestyle despite the fact that the economy has continued to do well since the recovery started under the Obama administration.
Colorado Senator Michael Bennet responds to Chuck Todd's question on how Democrats can run against Trump when the economy is doing well.
"The American people really don't know at this moment what the Democratic party stands for. We have the chance now to have a real competition of ideas in the party," Sen. Bennet said.
Senator Michael Bennet, usually calm, quiet, and middle-of-the-road, went off on the Senate floor Thursday.
Meet the Republicans new candidate for Senate in Colorado.
Wellspring, defined: An original and bountiful source of something Something, indeed. After looking into all of the different right wing 501(c)(4) organizations and their associations, it's easy to see the metaphor of a tree with many branches.
The candidates for the US Senate debated one last time this Saturday in Denver Colorado and Sen. Michael Bennett hit his Republican opponent for his extreme views on the issue of abortion and Ken Buck did his best to avoid answering the question.
Republican Senate candidate from Colorado was put on the defensive Sunday after he compared being gay to the disease of alcoholism. In a debate on Meet the Press, Buck told NBC's David Gregory that being gay, like alcoholism, was not completely
Republican candidate Ken Buck learned again that honesty is not always the best policy, at least not when you're trying to win a primary in a couple o
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