President Obama Plans Four Campaign Stops in CO

President Obama is set for four campaign stops in Colorado starting on Wednesday. It


President Obama has a series of campaign stops in Colorado beginning on Wednesday and continuing into the next day.

It's a trip that will bring him to both Pueblo and Colorado Springs.

The President visited a rally on Denver's Auraria Campus. He made that appearance with Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University student who became a flashpoint for women's health and, by proxy, abortion rights.

President Obama then headed northwest for a campaign event at Grand Junction high school.

The President arrived in Southern Colorado around 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday. His arrival was not open to the public. We are told he will stay the night in Pueblo before appearing at the State Fair Grounds on Thursday.

He will then arrive in Colorado Springs ahead of an event at Cutler Quad on the Colorado College campus.

11 News is working to learn the routes that the Presidential motorcade will take from Air Force One in both of his stops in Southern Colorado. We'll let you know what we find out.

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