BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Democratic presidential candidate and Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard made a campaign stop in Colorado on Thursday. She hosted a town hall in Boulder.

(credit: Tulsi Gabbard)

Gabbard did not meet the Democratic party’s polling and fundraising requirements for this week’s presidential candidate debate that was on Wednesday.

She is just one of many Democratic presidential candidates stopping in Colorado before Super Tuesday. Amy Klobuchar attended a rally in Aurora on Thursday. Other Democrats making appearances in Colorado include Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg.

Pres. Donald Trump rallied for Sen. Cory Gardner in Colorado Springs on Thursday.

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  1. Beth Covey Cameron says:

    Tulsi is the real deal. She could lead this Country by uniting citizens over their love for this Country. Her policies would allow tax money to be spent on domestic policy to benefit all of us! No more interventionist regime change wars but instead peace through diplomacy.

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