Posted: Aug 8, 2010 4:17 PM by Jeannette Hynes
Updated: Aug 9, 2010 2:16 AM
The four candidates running for U.S. Senate carry packed schedules as they push for votes two days before the primary election.
In Colorado Springs, Ken Buck (R) helps volunteers with a phone bank, asking for votes and answering questions from potential voters. He also made a stop in Denver, and plans to campaign Monday starting at 7 a.m.
In Englewood, Jane Norton (R) receives an endorsement by Arizona Senator John McCain. Norton was co-chair of McCain's Colorado campaign during his run for president in 2008. Her campaign will continue to make calls and door-to-door visits to get people to the polls.
Andrew Romanoff (D) spent part of his Sunday at an open forum in Littleton to talk with voters personally. He also reached out to voters by phone, organizing a phone bank with current and former employees of Denver Public Schools.
Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet (D) worked around the clock Friday and Saturday going all over the state to try to keep his job with his "working for Colorado" tour and he's wrapping a 48-hour phone bank.
If you haven't turned in your mail-in ballot, you'll need to do so in person to meet Tuesday's deadline. The polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 10.