Obama and Romney fight for suburban women
Swing states » In Colorado, as well as in Virginia and Nevada, their votes are critical.
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Romney views Colorado, which Republicans carried in every presidential election from 1968 to 2004, as a valuable potential pick-up. Obama aides argue that his 2008 victory is proof the Southwest’s Republican trend is changing as Latinos, who typically vote Democratic, increase in numbers.
The candidates and their allies have combined to spend roughly $25 million in television advertising in Colorado — split nearly evenly between the two.
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