In their closing arguments, the candidates touched on issues that have dominated the election cycle across the country, including the economy and inflation.
Republican Joe O'Dea talked about his rise from a dishwasher in his teenage years to a business owner that has created jobs in Colorado.
He reiterated his argument that Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet has been ineffective during his time in Congress, saying he has been a "rubber stamp" for President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party.
He pointed to issues that have become campaign talking points for Republicans across the country, including inflation, the state of the economy and crime.
Bennet pushed back on the criticism, saying that there is a need to create an economy that “when it grows it grows for everybody not just the people at the very top."
"That’s what I will do if I go back to Washington, DC," he said, adding that issues like health care and energy policy also needed to be addressed.