RFK Jr. Starting Obama Campaign Swing

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Denver (AP) Robert F. Kennedy jr. finished a day of campaigning for Barack Obama in Colorado, a state he says can make the Democratic nominee president.

Kennedy's day concluded in Denver Thusday at Obama's campaign headquarters where he told about 80 volunteers if Obama wins colorado “he wins the election.”

Kennedy met with voters at a Boulder house earlier in the afternoon and then knocked on doors to ask people to support Obama.

The Obama camp says Kennedy will be back in Colorado for more campaigning Saturday, though details are not available.

Kennedy is head of the environmental group Waterkeeper Alliance. he's touring Colorado and New Mexico with the president of the united farm workers, Arturo Rodriguez, to talk about environmental concerns in the west.

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