A combo image shows (top) the US President Barack Obama debating with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (down) on October 22, 2012 during the third presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. The final debate before the November 6 election is focusing on foreign policy. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)
Out of sensitivity to the impending natural disaster, the campaigns have suspended fundraising in some of states with potential to feel the effects.
They've also re-arranged their schedules, opting not to be seen stumping as the storm strikes.
Here's a schedule of what is (and is not) happening in Colorado this week:
Craig Romney: Mitt Romney's son is campaigning in Longmont and Denver.
Jill Biden: The wife of Vice President Joe Biden campaigns in Colorado Springs and Fort Collins.
Barack Obama: (CANCELED) The President was planning a speech in Colorado Springs.
Paul Ryan: (CANCELED) Mitt Romney's running mate was planning three events in Greeley, Castle Rock, and Canon City.
Bill Clinton: The former President is scheduled to give speeches on behalf of Barack Obama in Denver and Aurora.
Barack Obama: The President is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Boulder as part of a three-state swing, but the campaign cautions that "travel is subject to change due to weather conditions."
Mitt Romney: The GOP nominee is expected to hold a campaign rally at Comfort Dental Amphitheater in Greenwood Village. The venue can hold 18,000 people.
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