The holiday weekend has come to an end and President Joe Biden has left his estate in Nantucket, Massachusetts and hit the road.
The President is expected to travel to Denver, Colorado on Tuesday and attend a campaign event in the Mile High City. One day later, he is scheduled to visit Pueblo, Colorado and stop by CS Wind, the largest wind tower manufacturer in the world. While there, he is reportedly expected to talk about his economic plan and investments in clean energy.
“We are thrilled to welcome President Joe Biden to Pueblo, the home of heroes and the best chile in the world — the Pueblo chile. Colorado is leading the nation in transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy, and our wind manufacturing capabilities are helping to power our clean energy economy, create jobs, and save people money on electricity,” Colorado Governor Jared Polis stated.
“We continue working to advance our goal of achieving 100% renewable energy in Colorado by 2040. I appreciate the President’s partnership on Colorado’s comprehensive plans to fix our roads, and bridges and our overall efforts to add more rail and train options for Coloradans so people can get to work and where they want to go faster, safer, and more efficiently.”
This will mark the President’s fifth visit to Colorado.