DENVER — The week leading up to Colorado’s pair of cliffhanger Senate primaries has featured a New York Times story calling into question the incumbent senator’s past judgment on financial risk, a hastily arranged presidential tele-town hall meeting and a visit from Sen. John McCain on behalf of a fallen GOP front runner.
But it’s unclear how much impact any of this final flurry of activity will have because even though primary day is technically Tuesday, most of the election is already over.
With a majority of Colorado counties using the mail in system, it’s estimated that more than half of expected voters — upwards of 200,000 in each party— had already cast ballots by Friday.
Full Story: Down to the wire in Colorado – David Catanese – POLITICO.com
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