For the fourth consecutive election cycle, Colorado's 6th Congressional District, in the suburbs of Denver, is one of the nation's most high-profile and competitive races. Since his district was redrawn in 2012, Rep. Mike Coffman (R) has moderated his views and even learned Spanish to appeal to a more moderate and Hispanic electorate. It's worked: He's survived even as the district voted for President Obama in 2012 and Hillary Clinton (who won by 9 points) in 2016. Across the country, Democrats are targeting suburban, well-educated districts like this one, and they think that Army combat veteran Jason Crow will be the candidate who unseats Coffman. At the state level, Rep. Jared Polis (D) is the favorite to succeed term-limited Gov. John Hickenlooper (D). If Polis defeats State Treasurer Walker Stapleton (R), he'll be the first openly gay man elected governor in American history.
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