President Barack Obama signs the word "love" to a supporter following his campaign stop in Aurora Sunday night. (James Bradbury/CU Independent)
President Barack Obama signs the word "love" to a supporter following his campaign stop in Aurora Sunday night. (James Bradbury/CU Independent)

Photos: One photographer’s long week of politics

Editor’s Note: These photos were not picked based on any sort of political preference. Those contained herein are the very best of the four events covered. The choice of including two Obama events versus only one of Romney and Johnson was made because those were the events over that time period shot by this photojournalist.

Please enjoy.

Last week three presidential candidates visited Colorado — two visited the CU Boulder campus and one visited the state twice

CUI photojournalist James Bradbury covered all four of these events, as well as a football game. That’s a lot of work for one person and he got plenty of great photos. Check them out below.

Libertarian Gary Johnson visits campus Monday night:

President Barack Obama visits campus Thursday night:

Republican Mitt Romney visits Englewood Saturday night:

President Barack Obama visits Aurora Sunday night:

And take a look at some of his football photos here.

Contact CU Independent Photojournalist James Bradbury at James.bradbury@colorado.edu.

About James Bradbury

James is a junior political science major with minors in economics and philosophy. A graduate of Broomfield High School, his passions include sports, photography, and sports photography. If he's not studying or taking pictures, you'll probably find him running along Boulder Creek or throwing a disc somewhere on campus. Follow him: @jsbradbury

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