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THORNTON — The economy took center stage Monday in the debates between the candidates for three U.S. congressional districts.
While the focus on the sluggish recovery during the candidate forum was no surprise, all six of the candidates at the Adams 12 administrative building highlighted another often-forgotten topic: bipartisanship.
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