GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – Three candidates for Colorado’s U.S. Senate race will share the stage Saturday for a debate in Grand Junction.
Colorado’s Senate race pits fast-rising Democratic star Sen. Michael Bennet against conservative Air Force veteran Darryl Glenn, who surprised establishment Republicans earlier this year by besting several better-known candidates in a crowded primary.
Joining Bennet and Glenn at the debate will be Libertarian candidate Lily Tang Williams, a real estate investor from suburban Denver who grew up in China and frequently talks about Communism’s evils.
The debate is sponsored by Club 20, a policy group representing the Western Slope.
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