The candidates for Colorado Senate are concentrating on the Front Range today to get those last minute votes.
Democratic Senator Michael Bennet appeared on a conservative Denver radio talk show Monday morning, but he cut the appearance short to only 40 seconds. He answered questions about why Governor Ritter did not run for re-election, saying that it was because of Ritter's family.
Republican opponent Ken Buck is also hitting the campaign trail Monday in the Denver suburbs, as well as heading to Fort Collins to gain supporters.
In a CNN poll, Buck is leading the race 49 to 45 percent. The poll is within the margin of error, so the race is a close one.