The Massachusetts Senator will spend roughly two and a half days in the Denver area, before traveling to Saint Louis for the second of three debateswith President Bush. Kerry's campaign says his decision to spend time in Colorado shows his commitment to winning the state.
Kerry will stay at the Inverness resort in Englewood. Campaign
manager Mary Beth Cahill says he will watch the Vice Presidential
debate with his wife Tuesday night. He'll mix preparing for the
debate with a little bit of relaxation.
Kerry will meet with voters when he arrives at Denver International Airport tomorrow. Other details haven't been released.
Kerry stayed at a Wisconsin resort to prepare for last Thursday's debate. Wisconsin is also considered a swing state.
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