Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, made a stop Monday afternoon at Denver's National Western Complex with musician Dave Matthews.

The concert and rally is part of the Clinton campaign's efforts to make sure Colorado voters are registered to vote, a week before ballots are mailed.

The vice-presidential candidate outlined some of Clinton's economic plans during the visit to Denver.

"How 'bout this? You think women should get equal pay for equal work?" Kaine questioned the crowd. "For gosh sake. Well so do we, and the other guys don't. Should we raise the minimum wage? We think so, and the other guys don't."

Clinton is scheduled to make a stop in Pueblo on Wednesday.

Her campaign says it will be a voter registration event that's open to the public.