Tight Senate, Presidential Race in Colorado NPR's Noah Adams talks to political columnist Fred Brown in Colorado about that state's tight presidential and senatorial races, as well as a ballot initiative that could change the way Colorado awards its nine electoral college votes.
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Tight Senate, Presidential Race in Colorado

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Tight Senate, Presidential Race in Colorado

Tight Senate, Presidential Race in Colorado

Tight Senate, Presidential Race in Colorado

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NPR's Noah Adams talks to political columnist Fred Brown in Colorado about that state's tight presidential and senatorial races, as well as a ballot initiative that could change the way Colorado awards its nine electoral college votes.

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