Colorado Democrat Joe Bonetta says he'll go with Republican John McCain, explaining, "I can't trust anybody who doesn't have an American name." (Tom Kimmell/MCT)
Colorado Democrat Joe Bonetta says he'll go with Republican John McCain, explaining, "I can't trust anybody who doesn't have an American name." (Tom Kimmell/MCT) Tom Kimmell / MCT
Colorado Democrat Joe Bonetta says he'll go with Republican John McCain, explaining, "I can't trust anybody who doesn't have an American name." (Tom Kimmell/MCT) Tom Kimmell / MCT

Once dependably red, Colorado is a tossup this year

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