First lady Michelle Obama speaks during the presentation ceremony of the International Women of Courage Awards at the State Department March 8, 2012 in Washington, DC. Ten women from around the world were presented with the awards during the sixth annual ceremony to recognize their courage and leadership. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
The president's wife campaigned for her husband's re-elections at Arapahoe County High School in Centennial first and then in Pueblo where she spoke at the Colorado State Fairgrounds' Creative Arts Building.
Organizing for America Offices in Aurora, Lakewood, Denver and Pueblo began handing out tickets to both events on Monday.
Two years ago, she headlined a fundraiser for Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet. Bennet went on to win.
Off the campaign trail, Michelle Obama stopped in Colorado Springs in May to applaud more than 200 U.S. servicemen for their courage at the 2012 Warrior Games.
Michelle Obama was campaigning in Nevada on Tuesday. It was her third visit of the year to that swing state.
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