The race in Colorado is getting tighter, as incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet closes in on Republican Ken Buck. Yesterday, the candidates debated on Meet the Press, and they were asked whether homosexuality is a choice or genetically predetermined.
While the candidates disagreed on homosexuality, they both denied attempts by David Gregory to play the race card - an impressive thing for a liberal Democrat to do.
Here's the latest on the race from Rasmussen.
The telephone survey revealed Buck had 47 percent support to Bennet's 45 percent support. Four percent of respondents preferred another candidate and four percent were undecided, according to the poll.
Rasmussen reclassified the race as a "Toss-Up." It has previously been listed as leaning toward the Republican candidate who, less than two weeks ago, held a 50 percent to 45 percent lead.