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Status Check: How Campaigns Are Going Back Home

How's the presidential campaign playing in congressional district races?

In fact, most races run on an separate track. Witness freshman Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., who debated his Democratic opponent on Thursday.

The two differed on the Affordable Care Act but it was hardly a proxy war for Obama and Romney as he and Sal Pace, a state legislator, agreed on Second Amendment and veterans issues--a reminder that politics really is often local.

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