October 24th, 2010
07:56 AM ET
4 years ago

Economy takes center stage at Colorado Senate debate

(CNN) – Candidates in the upcoming Colorado Senate election faced off Saturday in a televised debate, sparring on everything from abortion to the war in Afghanistan, but focusing on jobs and the economy.

Republican Ken Buck, a conservative backed by the Tea Party movement, is challenging Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet.

The contest is close and one of the most hotly-debated races in the nation. The two men exchanged arguments for an hour in a debate aired by KCNC, which is not a CNN affiliate.

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Filed under: 2010 • Colorado • issues • Ken Buck • Michael Bennet
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  1. Don`t P _ _ on My Leg and Tell Me Its Raining

    Only when businesses produce an innovative product or service that customers need and value do they buy it. Only when customers buy that thing are NEW, ADDITIONAL jobs created.

    If State A cuts income taxes for corporations, it DOES NOT create a job. It might encourage a company already doing business in State B to relocate to State A.

    Good for 1 state, bad for another. The NET result on American unemployment is ZERO.

    October 24, 2010 09:45 am at 9:45 am |