President Barrack Obama is making another campaign stop in Colorado, his ninth this year.
Campaign officials say Obama will speak in the Denver area on Sept. 13. The location hasn't been announced.
He'll visit Las Vegas a day earlier as part of the same trip.
Obama made campaign stops in Boulder on Sunday and Fort Collins five days before that.
Colorado is one of the most hotly contested swing states in this election, drawing repeat visits from both parties' candidates and a deluge of television advertising.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney last visited Colorado on Aug. 2. His running mate, Paul Ryan, appeared in Colorado Springs on Thursday.