Voters in Colorado and Connecticut head to the polls today to vote in primary elections. In Colorado, incumbent Democratic Senator Michael Bennet, who was endorsed by President Obama, is facing a surprisingly hard primary battle. A loss could bring insight into how voters feel about Washington and President Obama. Kirk Johnson, Denver bureau chief for The New York Times, joins us with the latest from the Centennial State. In Connecticut, millionaire Linda McMahon, best known for her time as CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, is hoping to win the Republican nomination to fill the Senate seat of retiring Democratic Senator Chris Dodd. Should she win, she'll have a tough fight in November against the presumptive Democratic nominee, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, but polls show her closing in on him. Colin McEnroe, host of The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR in Hartford, Conn., joins us to discuss the race.

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