Republicans are gathering in battleground states for an event they call "Super Saturday."
The Republican National Committee, along with Romney for President and the Colorado Republican Party, are hosting events across the state.
Republican volunteers and supporters are making hundreds of voter contacts.
Phyllis Hunsinger, with Mesa County Republicans, says, “We hope to make Obama a one term president. That’s out goal.”
Some are out knocking doors and others are dialing the phone.
"We work really hard to get the message out to identify out supporters and people who are unsure, we try to inform them about the issues,” Hunsinger said.
Diana Mathis is a first time volunteer.
In her words, there are only 91 days left to fiscal responsibility.
"I’m concerned about all of the out of control spending and I thought, I can't be a complainer and not try to do something about it," Mathis said.
Colorado Senator Steve King came to rally volunteers.
"It is time for us to take control and chart a new course because we have a nation to save," King said.
The republican says President Obama's policies have failed.
"Three years ago this president said that if he couldn't deal with the unemployment numbers he would be a one term president,” King said. “I don't know whether that was a prediction or a promise but the bottom line is we've had 42 months of unemployment above eight percent."
With the president coming to town in just a matter of days, volunteers are focusing on getting as much support for their candidate as possible.
"The stakes are high,” Hunsinger said.
President Obama will be stopping in Grand Junction Wednesday, August 8.
The Obama Campaign hasn't announced where the Grand Junction rally will be held or at what time.
We’ll continue to update you with information as we get it.