JOHNSTOWN, Colo. (AP) — Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is urging Colorado voters to get the country "back on track" by electing Mitt Romney.
Ryan appeared with his family at a rally Monday at Johnson's Corner in northern Colorado, his last campaign stop in Colorado. The Greeley Tribune reported that he urged Romney supporters to get their family and friends to the polls on Tuesday.
About 1.7 million voters in Colorado have already cast their ballots by mail or through early voting.
President Barack Obama spoke before 20,000 supporters at a rally Sunday in Aurora in his final stop in Colorado before Election Day.
He accused Romney of trying to hide his positions and pretending to be the candidate of change.
Romney capped off his Colorado campaign with a rally in Englewood Saturday night.