In what’s largely viewed as a game changer for Colorado’s 2014 Senate race, Republican 4th Congressional Representative Cory Gardner announced plans to run against Democratic incumbent Mark Udall.
Tuesday is caucus night in Colorado. Hundreds of voters will gather starting at 7:00 p.m. to begin the process of choosing their political candidates for the 2014 midterm election.
Wednesday’s surprising race swap between Representative Cory Gardner and Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck may demonstrate a game changer for Colorado’s Republican Party.
Colorado’s U.S. Senate race is still months away but new details are emerging for both the incumbent, Mark Udall (D), and who could ultimately be his Republican challenger.
The U.S. Senate passed the farm bill Tuesday by a vote of 68-32, sending it to the president’s desk and ending years of political wrangling.