The outcome of the Colorado Senate race between Republican Bob Schaffer and Democrat Mark Udall could determine which national party controls the Senate.

The Senate in Balance is a unique program that makes an important contribution to the operation of democratic institutions in America.  Through its substantive and wide-ranging discussions, The Senate in Balance offers viewers the opportunity to make an in-depth assessment of each of the candidates.

Host, Aaron Harber’s eschewing of negative tactics in favor of discussions where candidates can clearly articulate, in a positive manner, what they stand for, is unparalleled.

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