President Obama spoke to a boisterous crowd of about 10,000 people at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder last night in the campaign's latest get out the vote effort with election just days away.
As a battleground state, all eyes have been on Colorado during this year’s presidential race, but the outcome of next Tuesday’s election will dictate a lot more than who wins the Oval Office.
On Nov. 6 Coloradans will decide the legality of marijuana and putting a cap on campaign spending while Front Range communities consider taxes, bonds and fracking bans.
CU will hold a second town hall meeting on Wednesday to answer questions about the Conceal Carry Act, which allows concealed carry permit holders to bring guns to campus.
Citing a scheduling conflict, Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to the Colorado Chautauqua Tuesday has been canceled. Biden is expected to still campaign Wednesday in Greeley.