Democratic presidential candidate and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar will stop in Denver on Monday, just before Super Tuesday and on the heels of South Carolina’s primaries.
Sen. Klobuchar’s campaign said the candidate will be in 11 different states between now and Tuesday, when 16 states and territories hold primaries and caucuses.
The Denver rally is scheduled to be at Mile High Station at 1 p.m. on Monday.
Sen. Klobuchar told Colorado Matters earlier this week that a “Blue Wall extends to the West.”
“I think the West has a lot to do with a victory, and that is, of course, Colorado,” she said. “What we need to do is build a Blue Wall of Democratic and independent and moderate Republican votes around these states, and make Donald Trump pay for it.”
The candidate came to Aurora earlier in February, on the same day Trump campaigned in Colorado Springs. There she drew about 1,000 people, and talked about her background. Many voters in attendance said they were still undecided at the time.
A recent poll shows Sen. Klobuchar at 6 percent in Colorado and behind other Democratic candidates.
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