Neville’s First Move In Senate Bid Vs. Bennet: Abortion Politics

Tim Neville
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<p>State Sen. Tim Neville, R-Littleton, listens to proceedings during the opening session at the Capitol in Denver in 2012. </p>

The shooting at a Planned Parenthood and a brutal attack on a pregnant woman in Colorado could fuel more fiery political contests over abortion and reproductive rights in the socially liberal swing state this year.

A U.S. Senate seat and control of the U.S. House delegation is on the line in Colorado, where party affiliation is roughly even between Democrats and Republicans.