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The polling looks pretty grim for Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO). If you take out explicitly Democratic-leaning polls, he hasn't led in any poll since the beginning of October. Udall's campaign believes they can beat the odds by recreating the strategy that led to an unexpected Senate victory in Colorado in 2010.

A big part of that is appealing to women. But another crucial piece is turning out Hispanic voters -- and one Latino pollster told BuzzFeed on Tuesday that there is some evidence that the polls are underestimating Hispanic support for Udall.

And now one Udall-aligned group has made a significant TV buy for Spanish-language spots with early voting underway and less than two weeks to go until Election Day.

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The Republican county clerk who ordered a college newspaper removed from newsstands because it featured a story on Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO) -- and thus, in her opinion, violated state law prohibiting electioneering near polling places -- reversed herself Wednesday after she received a cease-and-desist letter.

Larimer County Clerk Angela Myers allowed copies of the Rocky Mountain Collegian to return to newsstands outside the Colorado State University student center on Tuesday evening, the newspaper reported.

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A Mississippi GOP email ad may have violated NCAA rules by using the images of two college athletes.

In the email to recruit volunteers for Sen. Thad Cochran's campaign, the state party included a video of Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant and footage from Mississippi football games, according to the Sun Herald. The video includes players from Ole Miss and Mississippi State University.

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