Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is heading to Colorado Thursday.
He's scheduled to attend a victory rally at Westpac Restorations in Colorado Springs.
Westpac is an aviation restoration, propeller and metal facility located on the grounds of the airport. Ryan was last in Colorado on Aug. 14, when he headlined a rally in Jefferson County.
Ryan spent the day Wednesday at a campaign stop in Iowa, touching on the Democratic National Convention's featured speaker of the evening, former President Bill Clinton.
He told voters in Iowa that President Obama is no Bill Clinton. He says Clinton worked with Republicans to cut spending, while Obama is spending more.
Mitt Romney is taking a few days off from campaigning, preparing for three debates with Obama that could prove pivotal in the election. The first debate will be Oct. 3 at the University of Denver.