It is pretty cool to know that Air Force One will be flying right over our backyards and landing at the Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport on Tuesday, but police are warning the public that there won't be a place for anyone to get out there and get a view of Air Force One or the president. So in other words your only hope to get a look at the president is to get to one of three locations around Northern Colorado at noon today (August 25th) and get tickets to the rally at CSU. 

Tuesday's CSU event is free and open to the public, but passes are required. One ticket per person will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Visit one of the following Obama for America campaign field offices beginning noon Saturday:

  • Loveland OFA Office 601 E. Eisenhower, Unit 18 Loveland;
  • South Fort Collins office, 4206 S. College Ave, Unit 109
  • East Greeley, at 807 17th St., Suite G, West Greeley, 3050 67th Ave., Unit 101

The rally will take place at Monfort Quadrangle, a lawn area east of the Clark Building, sandwiched between the plant science and animal science buildings, for what the campaign calls a "grassroots event."