Prospective 2016 presidential contenders Hillary Clinton and Chris Christie are spending a lot of time on the campaign trail. This time they're in Colorado stumping for their respective party's candidate. Nathan Frandino reports.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON SAYING: "This election comes down to you." Hillary Clinton is on the campaign trail in Colorado, following New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as the latest political figure to lend support in the battleground state. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NEW JERSEY GOVERNOR CHRIS CHRISTIE SAYING: "I just wish Secretary Clinton would stop following me all over the place." The state is up for grabs in next month's general election, prompting a push from both sides to get out the vote. (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON SAYING: "If you've got a family member who says I'm not voting it just encourages them turn around tell that family member 'I'm never going to listen to you complain about anything that happens in state or country again.'" Clinton's there for incumbent Senator Mark Udall, who has put women's issues front and center in his re-election campaign. (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON SAYING: "Talk to women across this country, and when they are denied equal pay for equal work, don't tell them their rights are secondary to the important issues in this election." Democrats have made successful get-out-the-vote efforts in the past decades, but Republicans are making headway this year. Christie's here to support Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez. (SOUNDBITE) (English) REPUBLICAN GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE BOB BEAUPREZ SAYING: "The get out of vote effort and the tracking effort, I don't think we've ever had the sophistication and total effort statewide that we've had this time." Both parties are hoping their efforts pay off on election day.