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Congress Tracker

Your one-stop shop for tracking Colorado's representatives in Congress

They wield incredible power, and their votes influence trillions of dollars in spending -- of your money. But watching what happens in Congress, 1,662 miles away from the Pikes Peak region, isn't easy. We'll try to make it easier, with maps, backgrounders and always-updated trackers of what our representatives in Washington are doing.

How to read this page

Briefings on each member of Colorado’s delegation follow, along with trackers on the bills they’ve sponsored, their votes and speeches. The information originates from Gazette research and govtrack.us, an independent, free source of information about Congress.

Before you start exploring, two notes about how to read this page:

* The box about each representative's voting record contains only a list of recent measures on which they voted. To see the position they took, click the headline at the top of the box. To see how all members of a chamber voted, click the title of a measure.

* The link to Project Vote Smart offers summary information about how each representative votes on a range of broad issues, plus details about campaign fund raising and other measurements of how he or she is performing. Project Vote Smart is a non-partisan effort to keep voters informed.

Representative Information

Rep. Name: Doug Lamborn
Congressional District: 5th
First elected: Nov. 7, 2006
Next election: 2010
Party: Republican
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Rep. Name: Diana DeGette
Congressional District: 1st
First elected: Nov. 5, 1996
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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Rep. Name: Jared Polis
Congressional District: 2nd
First elected: Nov. 4, 2008
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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Rep. Name: John Salazar
Congressional District: 3rd
First elected: Nov. 2, 2004
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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Rep. Name: Mike Coffman
Congressional District: 6th
First elected: Nov. 4, 2008
Next election: 2010
Party: Republican
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Rep. Name: Betsy Markey
Congressional District: 4th
First elected: Nov. 4, 2008
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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Rep. Name: Ed Perlmutter
Congressional District: 7th
First elected: Nov. 7, 2006
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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Senator Information

Sen. Name: Mark Udall
First elected: Nov. 4, 2008
Next election: 2014
Party: Democratic
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Sen. Name: Michael Bennet
First elected: Appointed by Gov. Bill Ritter Jan. 22, 2009, to complete the unexpired term of Sen. Ken Salazar, who was appointed interior secretary.
Next election: 2010
Party: Democratic
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