Mike Pence is coming back to Colorado, again

Colorado may have fallen to ninth place in most visited states this election cycle, but the Republican ticket hasn’t given up on us yet.

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Colorado may have fallen to ninth place in most visited states this election cycle, but the Republican ticket hasn’t given up on us yet.

Vice presidential candidate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will be in Colorado Springs Wednesday evening. Doors open at 5 p.m. for a 7 p.m. rally at the Colorado Springs Event Center. (Tickets here.)

Pence was in Durango last week.

Pence will be in Nevada and then Salt Lake City earlier in the day, trying to shore up support in the heavily Mormon state that just might go for independent Republican candidate Evan McMullin, who is himself in Denver on Tuesday.

For his part, Donald Trump has four appearances in Florida Monday and Tuesday, then heads to Ohio on Thursday. Pence has three appearances in Ohio on Tuesday.

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