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As a candidate for the U.S. Senate, Ken calls for a return to conservative principles to rein in the government, cut the massive spending, and pass a constitutional balanced budget amendment. Ken’s strong, independent voice to reclaim our U.S. Senate seat has been heard and Coloradans are responding with passion and enthusiasm. Ken Buck is Colorado’s grassroots choice for the U.S. Senate in 2014. Ken’s wife Perry served two terms as Vice Chair of the Colorado Republican Party and is currently a Representative in the Colorado House. They live in Windsor where Perry owns a small business. Ken’s son Cody graduated from West Point and is a US Army Officer. Daughter Kaitlin is a business executive in Colorado after graduating from Clemson University. http://www.buckforcolorado.com https://twitter.com/BuckForColorado https://www.facebook.com/buckforcolorado

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