Dylan Scott reports on how the 2 million vote threshold in Colorado is a key metric for the Senate race. More than 2 million voters and Dems think they have a chance to pull it out.
Josh Green has been reporting from Colorado and weighs in, saying that even if Udall hits the 2 million mark, which they're now expecting to do, the voters are skewing older than the Udall campaign wanted, which puts those projections in some doubt.
@TPM_dk The honest ones are not so sure about that. Electorate so far is older than they modeled.
— Joshua Green (@JoshuaGreen) November 5, 2014