Cory Gardner Airs New Ads As Ballots Arrive

October 15, 2014 6:13 PM

Cory Gardner Airs New Ads As Ballots Arrive
" DENVER (AP) – Republican Rep. Cory Gardner argued he would be more bipartisan than his opponent, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, in a pair of ads released Wednesday as ballots began to land in mailboxes across Colorado.

Udall, a Democrat, and Gardner have been locked in a months-long, neck-and-neck battle over a seat that could determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. Gardner has tried to emphasize his youth and the need for a change in Washington, while Udall has gone after his challenger on women’s issues and for his role in last year’s government shutdown.

Colorado’s Senate race is one of the most expensive and competitive contests in the country. Republicans need to net six Senate seats to win control of the chamber.

Gardner’s new ads featured the congressman talking directly to the camera and amount to the campaign’s closing argument. In one spot, amid a mountain backdrop, Gardner says Udall’s “campaign has gotten too tired, and too mean” and contends he will call out his own Republican Party when it’s wrong "

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