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Colorado has become a magnet for campaign spending by outside groups. Most of it in a torrent of political ads that benefit the Republicans in four close races--one in the Senate, three in the House. One of those vulnerable House Democrats, representing Colorado's Fourth District, and in a near dead-heat in the polls, Betsy Markey.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports...

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