KUSA - Former President Bill Clinton will make the case of his wife’s presidential bid Friday, as he makes three stops to appeal to the Centennial State’s voters.
Clinton will start the day in Pueblo, where he’ll appear at a Get Out The Vote rally, which lasts from 9 a.m. to noon at the Union Depot.
His next stop is the Expo Event Center in Denver for another rally. According to Clinton’s website, the doors open for this event at noon, and it’s expected to last until 3 p.m.
Clinton’s final stop will be at New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins. Doors open at 3 p.m. and the event is expected to last until 6 p.m.
All three events required an RSVP for tickets. Space is limited.
A poll released Wednesday by the University of Denver’s Crossley Center for Public Opinion found that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are virtually tied in Colorado, with 39 percent of the vote if you factor in third-party candidates.
The poll has a 4 percent margin of error – meaning it’s anyone’s guess who will take Colorado and its nine electoral votes on Tuesday.
Clinton had a six-point lead in Colorado just a week earlier, according to a Real Clear Politics poll. This was before the latest FBI leak about her emails.
A poll by Magellan Strategies, however, found Clinton still edges out Trump by six points. This poll factored in more Hispanic voters than the DU poll.
Trump’s campaign is also focusing in on the Centennial State.
The GOP candidate’s ex-rival Ben Carson will stump in Colorado Springs at the Classical Academy at 1:30 p.m., then head to the Plum Creek Golf Course in Castle Rock at 3:15 p.m.
His final stop is at the Aurora Center for Active Adults at 6 p.m.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin will be with him.
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