First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to a large crowd at the State Fairgrounds in Pueblo Wednesday.
The First Lady discussed Colorado’s role in the upcoming presidential election and how the state can continue to make progress in areas such as health care reform, home ownership and military issues. She also made a point of thanking the firefighters battling Colorado's wildfires.
The president's wife also addressed about 2,800 supporters at Arapahoe High School in Centennial Wednesday morning. She thanked supporters and urged then to keep working for re-elect her husband.
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