DENVER -- Two presidential candidates are making campaign stops in Colorado on Monday -- Donald Trump and Gary Johnson.
Trump will hold a rally at 3 p.m. at the Pueblo Convention Center.
He'll have a second rally at 6 p.m. at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland.
"The recent polls have shown us time and time again that Colorado is very much in play for this election," Patrick Davis, Colorado Senior Advisor, Donald J. Trump for President, said in a statement sent to Denver7. "Mr. Trump's visit on Monday proves he will continue to earn the trust of Colorado voters between now and election day."
Tickets for the Loveland event are available on Trump's website.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson's bus tour is coming through Colorado.
Johnson will speak Monday at 7 p.m. in Parker at Colorado University South Denver.
"The national tour is visiting college campuses and other venues across America to expand awareness regarding third party inclusion in national presidential debates," the campaign said. "By election day, the national tour will have visited 40 states."
Tickets are available through the Liberty tour's Facebook page. That Facebook page says the event is at 5 p.m., but Gary Johnson's Facebook page says the event is at 7 p.m.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, along with singer Dave Matthews, will hold a rally and concert next Monday at the National Western Stock Show complex.
Tickets are available on HillaryClinton.com.