Three big Donald Trump supporters will be in Colorado on Thursday – highlighting the Centennial State’s role in this election.
Ivanka Trump is set to speak at the Sheraton in downtown Denver at 7:30 a.m. She’ll be at a breakfast hosted by the Colorado Women’s Alliance, and will be answering questions.
After that, she’ll head up Interstate 25 to appear at Liberty Commons School in Fort Collins, where former Rep. Bob Schaffer serves as the principal.
Her brother, Donald Trump Jr., is set to speak at the Mesa County fairgrounds that same day. He’ll be talking about wildlife conservation and management.
This comes just days after he made a controversial comment comparing Syrian refugees to a bowl of Skittles.
Finally, Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence is set to appear at a town hall at the Hillside Community Center in Colorado Springs.
In head to head polls, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leads Trump by six points ahead of the first presidential debate, which is slated for Monday.
In a four-way race, 43 percent of likely voters say they’ll back Clinton, compared to 37 percent for Trump, 9 percent for Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and 3 percent for the Green Party’s Jill Stein.