In the 30-second video, Coffman speaks directly to the camera, saying he doesn’t much care for his party's nominee.
But Colorado donors are warming to Donald Trump, sort of.
The Republican nominee didn’t give his Colorado supporters much warning, but several thousand of them dropped everything to see him.
Trump will visit Colorado Springs and Denver on July 29 and Clinton will stop in Denver on Aug. 3.
“You can either leave or you can work to transform it," Kendal Unruh says.
Organizers of an acceptance speech watch party hoped it would help heal some lingering divides between Colorado Republicans.
Since 2000, the suburbs west of Denver have accurately picked the next president.
Erin Behrens finds supporting Trump cool and rebellious. But she was still nervous admitting her presidential preference to her friends.