Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will hold a rally in Pueblo's Union Avenue Historic District Saturday afternoon.
Obama's trip was announced Wednesday but details weren't released until Thursday. It will be Obama's second visit to Colorado in six days.
The campaign also announced that actor-director Robert Redford and Democratic Senate candidate Mark Udall will campaign for Obama on Friday in Aurora.
Obama and Republican John McCain have made frequent stops in Colorado in hopes of winning the state's nine electoral votes. 1/4
Colorado has been considered up for grabs, but an Associated Press-GfK poll released Wednesday shows Obama leading McCain by 50 percent to 41 percent among likely Colorado voters.
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