Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be in Colorado on August 2, with stops planned in at least two cities. President Barack Obama will also visit the state next week, as he pushes for reelection.
Campaign officials say Romney will hold a morning rally at the Jefferson County fairgrounds.
That afternoon, Romney is scheduled to join some Republican governors for an appearance at Basalt High School. Among the governors joining Romney at the Campaign stop tomorrow in Basalt is Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal, who is on Romney’s short list of potential VP running mates.
President Obama is scheduled to be in Denver and Grand Junction on Aug. 8 and then visit Pueblo and Colorado Springs the following day.
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