Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards brings his campaign message to Colorado Tuesday, saying he and John Kerry would fix problems caused or made worse by President Bush's administration.
The North Carolina senator says Bush is out of touch with the state of the economy and the health care system, and with what's happening around the world.
Edwards says he and Kerry have plans to improve the economy,
create jobs, improve education and bring an end to what he calls a
mess in Iraq.
The comments were made during a rally in Commerce City, a north
Denver suburb that is traditionally a Democratic stronghold.
Democratic Senate candidate Ken Salazar introduced Edwards,
saying he and Kerry understand the problems of ordinary Americans.
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