GOP presidential candidates make stops in Colorado
36 delegates up for grabs
- Duration 2:49
- Date Feb 6, 2012
36 delegates up for grabs
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And now the presidential politics we turn to the state of Colorado where today we find Mitt Romney Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich all three.
Making campaign stops there ahead of tomorrow's Republican caucuses.
In a rocky Mountain State 36 GOP delegates up for grabs in Colorado seen as a key swing state in 2012.
Police -- Kanye is live from Denver now -- -- Mitt Romney won four years ago only Republican caucuses in Colorado.
Is he expected to repeat history.
Greg in his camp is confident in Romney did win Colorado.
Back in 2088.
For the Republican Party and his organization remains largely intact from 2008.
But two days after he won here last time he dropped out because Senator McCain had such a substantial -- -- is back in the rocky Mountain States speaking this weekend in Colorado Springs.
In his corner several of Colorado's established and prominent Republicans who offered their endorsements.
On Saturday he was fresh off what would become his win in Nevada and aimed his focus again on the president.
We simply can't allow -- president.
To continue to borrow and borrow and stand massively it's wrong for America government is too big my course is very different that is.
That speech made in -- city that is home to focus on the family whose founder James Dobson.
Has endorsed Rick Santorum senator Santorum says with so many states ahead now is when things will start to get competitive.
This nomination is far from over Colorado has not spoken -- you can't.
You can't just this data will.
Can change the whole tenor of this race.
For his part speaker Gingrich is Colorado spokesperson says the speaker will receive a majority of the delegates he commissioner.
-- right now tomorrow it's a caucus and of course the rules tend to vary from state to state.
How does it work there in Colorado.
Yet here in Colorado the results there of the caucuses are non binding.
Hat and they won't be finalized until April when they have the state assembly that set all of the candidates are spending time here because there is little chance that the results of those preference polls there will be taken tomorrow will change.
But it certainly is a great referendum on where Colorado Republicans stand the process.
And it generally informs.
The ultimate selection of delegates -- go to the national convention.
And as with the most caucuses these gatherings are small and -- attended great -- are by the more conservative of the party back to you.
At least you can you live in Denver Lisa thanks.