The presidential race in Colorado is close.
As President Obama and Mitt Romney square off tonight for their first debate in Denver, Obama is edging out Romney 48 percent to 45 percent, a statistical dead heat, among likely Colorado voters.
Mitt Romney's talk of putting a cap on income tax deductions aligns him with others, including President Barack Obama, behind a tax code change that could gain traction in Washington.Obama argued that the Republican nominee is pushing a plan that would skew tax cuts toward the wealthy. To offset that, Obama claimed, Romney would have to either add to the deficit or tax the middle class more.
Obama still has the winning
This blog is run by the Eng IV class at Sam Houston High School