Campaigning in Colorado picks up as election day draws closer

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DENVER -- Chelsea Clinton spoke at a campaign rally in Aurora on Tuesday night. She supported the issues her mother Hillary Clinton has built her platform on -- all while showing her gratitude for the crowd that was there.

“I just am so grateful for all of you being here this evening and I know so many of you have already volunteered, and even if you haven’t formally volunteered you’re talking to your family, your friends, your neighbors, even strangers about what’s at stake in this election. I couldn’t imagine a better president for them or any of our children than my mom," she said.

Clinton followed her speech with the opportunity for attendees to ask her questions. She'll be in Boulder on Wednesday before taking the campaign to Wisconsin.

Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife in three Colorado cities this week. He will appear in Pueblo, Denver and Fort Collins on Friday.

Bill Clinton will attend a morning event in Pueblo, and afternoon events in Denver and Fort Collins. No other details have been released.

Members of the public interested in attending can RSVP.

Donald Trump's campaign has a couple of events scheduled in Colorado this week. Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence will be in Loveland on Wednesday.

Donald Trump Jr. will appear in Fort Collins at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at a rally with Colorado Youth Outdoors (4927 E. County Road 36).

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