Denver Presidential Debate
Rep. Cory Gardner, a Republican representing Colorado Congressional District 4, believes the presidential debate at the University of Denver will show the candidates’ true colors.
The presidential debate at the University of Denver will take center stage Wednesday evening. Gov. John Hickenlooper said the debate puts not only Denver in the spotlight, but Colorado as well.
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign Wednesday night for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors in a moment of high-risk theater.
For some people living in the neighborhood surrounding the University of Denver, the presidential debate can’t be over soon enough. Others are excited they get to be so close to a historical event.
As Denver gets ready to host the first presidential debate of the season, it’s finally time to pop the popcorn, find a comfy seat on the couch and enjoy well rehearsed answers about U.S. tax policy, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Only a few University of Denver students will get to be inside Magness Arena for the debate, but the university is holding a debate festival on campus for 5,000 students and faculty.
The eyes of the free world will be on the University of Denver and the security concern is for those who might wish to do harm.
The stage is almost set at the University of Denver. It’s the first time the two presidential candidates will stand face to face and answer questions.
Some students at the University of Denver received some surprising and exciting news Monday morning as they learned that their names were picked in a lottery and that they will be attending the presidential debate.
A man wounded in the mass shooting at an Aurora movie theater is appearing in a nationwide television spot aimed at drawing attention to gun violence as part of the upcoming presidential debates.