Senatior Mark Udall of Colorado stumps before the appearance of first Lady Michelle Obama at his Senate reelection campaign rally in Denver Oct. 23, 2014. Obama visited Denver in hopes of turning a difficult senate race in Udall's favor.
Senatior Mark Udall of Colorado stumps before the appearance of first Lady Michelle Obama at his Senate reelection campaign rally in Denver Oct. 23, 2014. Obama visited Denver in hopes of turning a difficult senate race in Udall's favor. McClatchy
Senatior Mark Udall of Colorado stumps before the appearance of first Lady Michelle Obama at his Senate reelection campaign rally in Denver Oct. 23, 2014. Obama visited Denver in hopes of turning a difficult senate race in Udall's favor. McClatchy

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