THE MIX

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Report shines light on outrageous Senate race spending

The spending on the U.S. Senate race is even more outrageous than you think. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is borrowing cash to get to Election Day. Republicans love the dark money. > read more

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Wiretap: One-party rule in the two Americas

As we head into Tuesday's election, there are 36 states -- 23 of them Republican -- with one party in control of the legislature and the governor's office. > read more

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Wiretap: Considering a Republican Senate

What will a Republican Senate look like? Will it increase dysfunction or will Republicans work with Obama to get things done. Democrats wonder: Which would be worse? > read more

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Statetap: Military academy scandals piling up

A leaked report of recruitment practices at West Point Academy in New York includes accounts of party bus rides for underage recruits featuring booze and babes. > read more

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Wiretap: Wanna win an election? Make like a bumpkin.

"Someone once said, if you want a friend in Washington, get a dog. Well, I wouldn’t wish Washington on a dog,” drawls the Harvard Law grad running for his sixth term in Congress. > read more

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Millennials on millennials and Colorado’s midterm election

IN Clements Park in Littleton earlier this month, low turnout at a student-organized rally signaled that the fervor incited by the conservative Jefferson County school […] > read more

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Statetap: Minneapolis wrangles Xcel on renewables, in nod to Boulder

Minneapolis's new contract with Xcel Energy includes an agreement that the utility work with the city to meet carbon reduction goals. Thank you Colorado college town by the Flatirons. > read more

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Wiretap: A New York Times multi-point Obamacare inspection

  Is Obamacare working? That’s a complicated question, nearly as complex as the law itself. The New York Times did a full-scale investigation and found, […] > read more

CHASING LIGHT

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Chasing Light: Hometown views

You may have heard that Keystone delayed its opening day because of unusually warm weather, but that’s not the whole story. Sure, temps have been […] > read more