Tickets For President Obama’s Denver Campaign Stop Today Still Available On-Site
It is becoming a weekly tradition. Presidential and vice presidential candidates stopping by Colorado for campaign events and speeches. Yesterday Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan were in Morrison at Red Rocks Amphitheater. Today it is President Obama’s turn to try and win over the state. He will speak at City Park at about 3 p.m. today. Tickets are still avaliable for the event and can be picked up on site.
Tickets are available on-site today starting at 12 p.m. Obama’s campaign office is also encouraging attendees to bring their mail-in ballots so they can drop them off at the ballot drop-off box at the Museum of Nature and Science.
The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for entrance.
The event is being held at The Meadow at City Park between Ferril Lake and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. Enter the park on the northeast side via E 23 Ave or Colorado Blvd. Follow the sign that reads “TO PAVILION, BANDSTAND, BOAT RENTALS.”
Denver Public Works announced road closures related to President Barack Obama’s visit. Find those closures here.