DENVER – Former House Speaker and current Donald Trump surrogate Newt Gingrich will be in Denver Wednesday to take part in a roundtable with conservative leaders at the Independence Institute.
A news release from the Trump campaign says Gingrich will speak at the roundtable and take questions from the press “if time allows.”
The roundtable will be held Wednesday at noon at the Independence Institute, located at 727 East 16th Ave. in Denver.
Gingrich’s appearance comes as the Trump campaign is in the middle of a last-minute blitz of swing states and other states that either nationwide polls or Trump’s campaign say are in play for the Republican nominee on Nov. 8.
Trump himself campaigned in Golden and Greeley over the weekend, and Trump’s son, Eric Trump, campaigned in Colorado Springs and Lakewood last week.
Trump’s, running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, was also in Colorado Springs last Wednesday. Trump has visited Colorado six times since July 1.