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Colorado’s Congressional Races Unlikely to Change Power Balance

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All eyes are on the Presidential race, but the battle for who controls Congress will also play out on November 6th.

KUNC’s Brian Larson spoke to Colorado Statesman Publisher Jody Hope Strogoff about Colorado’s congressional races and whether the state will influence the power struggle.

You can hear more on the candidates and issues in Colorado’s Congressional races below.

-- Over Before They Started, Colorado’s 1st and 5th Congressional Districts

-- Republican Candidate Lundberg Challenges 2nd CD Incumbent Polis

-- Candidates Tussle for Third Congressional Seat

-- In Solidly Republican CD4, Democrat Shaffer Underdog To Incumbent Gardner

-- Aurora Positioned As The Linchpin In The 6th Congressional District

-- It's Perlmutter vs. Coors in the 7th CD

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