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President Obama sets off on a two-day campaign trip to Colorado Wednesday. He's looking to preserve his slim lead in the state. Republican challenger Mitt Romney was in Colorado last week trying to recapture the state that George W. Bush won twice. Obama's team has opened 32 field offices around the state --three times as many as Romney.
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