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LOVELAND, Colo. — Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence held a rally in Loveland on Wednesday night.

It was at least his fifth visit to the Centennial State during the campaign.

He did what vice-presidential candidates do best while speaking at The Ranch Events Complex at the Larimer County Fairgrounds — he talked about how Donald Trump has criticized Hillary Clinton over emails and Benghazi.

Pence also pointed out a new University of Denver poll that shows Trump and Clinton are tied in Colorado less than a week before Election Day.

Chelsea Clinton wrapped up a two-day campaign swing in Colorado with a stop in Boulder on Wednesday. Boulder is important to Hillary Clinton because she needs the support of college students and ultra-progressives there.