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Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario: U.S. Senate candidate celebrity look-alikes

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Colorado's political stars will shine as the candidates in the U.S. Senate race take to the stage. Don't be surprised to feel that you've seen it all before...

In western wears and folksy airs, the seven Republican candidates (from left to right: Gary Kennedy, Vincent E. Martinez, Steve Barton, Jane Norton, Ken Buck, Tom Wiens, Cleve Tidwell and Dr. Robert Greenheck) look amazingly like the grand finale act of a matinee show on the Branson Strip. In contrast, the two Democratic Candidates look like Academy-award-winning-actors. Check them out below: When compared to their Republican counterparts, the two Democratic candidates (from left to right: Michael Bennet and Andrew Romanoff), performing together in their gritty urban bromance, look a lot like Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman in Midnight Cowboy.

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