Presidential Candidates Prepare for First Debate
KREX News Room
DENVER- Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney heads to Colorado for a rally ahead of his first debate with President Barack Obama.
Romney will attend a victory rally at Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum in Denver Monday.
The debate on Wednesday is expected to give Romney one of his best opportunities to stem Obama's momentum and convince the public to back his vision for the nation's future.
Interestingly enough, Romney's running mate downplayed the need for a big debate.
Paul Ryan says this debate won't make or break the campaign.
While Romney gets settled in Colorado, President Obama is rallying in Nevada. The president is reportedly staying there in the days leading up to the debate.
When speaking to more than 11,000 people at a high school in Las Vegas, the president said that Mitt Romney is a good debater and he's just OK.