The latest news on Buck, Ken
As the threat of Pentagon cuts looms, some GOP members are warming up to new federal revenue streams.
Social issues continue to dominate the Republican primary process, which regularly prove disastrous in the general election.
Abortion and civil unions are important to Colorado voters.
Their intransigence turns off the independent voters who are key to winning Colorado.
Independent expenditures were nearly 60 percent higher than the 2006 midterms.
Any candidate who is on the wrong side of more than 70 percent of Colorado voters has a problem.
The newly elected will have to work with the GOP.
Republican Ken Buck hasn't yet conceded the Senate race and is waiting for the final vote count.
Colorado's Senate candidates are preparing for a possible recount in a neck-and-neck contest.
Colorado Sen. Bennet is struggling to hold onto his seat.