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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:

MONDAY:

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.

TUESDAY:

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.

THURSDAY:

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."

SATURDAY:

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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