Republican Presidential Nominee John McCain and running–mate Sarah Palin campaigned in Colorado on Saturday.
The rally attracted thousands of supporters to an airport hangar in Colorado Springs.
They described themselves as a team of mavericks who can bring change to Washington.
McCain said Barack Obama's economic plan would increase taxes and eliminate jobs. McCain said he would cut taxes to help create jobs.
"You're worried about keeping your job, finding a new one. And you're struggling to put food on your table and stay in your house. All you've ever asked of government is to stand on your side and not in your way. And that's just what i intend to do, stand on your side and fight for your future," said McCain.
After their Colorado visit McCain and Palin headed to New Mexico.
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