DENVER (CBS4) – Hurricane Sandy put a hold on some appearances by the presidential candidates in Campaign 2012, but both major party nominees will be back in swing-state Colorado for campaign events within the next four days.

On Thursday President Barack Obama will be speaking at an evening campaign rally at the Coors Event Center on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder.

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Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan will also be in Colorado on Thursday. He’ll lead a midday campaign rally at Island Grove Event Center in Greeley. Ryan canceled an event in Greeley that had been scheduled to take place on Tuesday.

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On Saturday night Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will rally supporters at the Comfort Dental Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village.

Former president Bill Clinton will be in Colorado later on Tuesday for rallies at two high schools in the Denver metro area. (Full Story)

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Election Day is next Tuesday, Nov. 6.