DENVER -- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was in the Denver metro area on Tuesday, touting her experience with national security.
She spoke to nearly 1,000 supporters in at the Boulder Theater, saying she would keep the United States protected against terror while boosting up the middle class.
After that stop, she went to Manual High School in Denver. Her campaign said her visit to Colorado was designed to build grass-roots support for the state's party caucuses in March.
Clinton is the third Democratic candidate to visit Colorado in the past couple of months.
Last month, Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley made appearances on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder.