Post-Election Analysis

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22min 30sec

Colorado voters helped leverage a national political shift yesterday, sending Democrats to key offices and giving some usually secure Republicans a scare. Voters also made big decisions about marriage and domestic partnerships. They raised the state's minimum wage. And they elected Democrat Bill Ritter as governor. Ryan Warner talks to Lori Weigel, a partner with Public Opinion Strategies, and Eric Sondermann, president of Sondermann/E-Squared Partners.