As preparation for the debate closed in, and University of Denver’s Debate Fest was getting underway, many groups used this time to voice their varying opinions. People of all beliefs came out in support of what they thought was right. Many gave out signs, stickers and even DVDs
Near the university, there were groups of people set up every few feet, all with a different message.
Many different viewpoints were shown during these protests.
This group handed out DVDs and flyers for a puppet show they would be holding later that day.
This man’s message was against the government as a whole.
One group of protesters used the angle that Obama and Romney were too alike to change our country for the better.
Although they refused to be interviewed, these girls said they were “just out here supporting Romney.”
People came out in support of every opinion on the ballot.
Tea Party supporters used a truck with a large stereo system to gain attention.
The crowd of protesters went on for about three blocks.
Falun Gong demonstrators don’t let the fact that the first debate was strictly about domestic issues stop them from voicing their opinions.
Women’s rights were a heavy topic from both sides.
Though most people protested in groups, there were a few solo protesters.
The Earth’s climate was a big topic on one section of the sidewalk, though it was not mentioned in the debate.
These protesters draped a large blanket over as fence then stuck their bodies through holes in the blanket.
Some protesters used mascot-style masks of both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama to help with their point about money in politics.
People do a mock newscast with Obama.
This man uses sarcasm to try and get his point across.
“I don’t think the sarcasm is ever lost on anyone.”