After touring the state Thursday with stops in Grand Junction, Pueblo, Durango and Greeley, gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton still made time for a telephone town hall to deliver his campaign message to even more voters.

Jared Polis was missing in action Thursday from any public events. The only “campaign” event on his schedule Friday is to spend an hour in his Aurora field office.

Polis will be at his Denver field office for an hour Saturday morning with congressional candidate Jason Crow, then he plans to attend a union rally in Denver.

Then it’s off to the Aurora field office again with Crow for about an hour, before heading to an anti-gun rally there.

At some point during the day, it’s possible Polis could actually encounter a voter.

We’re not sure if Polis is just plain lazy, can’t attract enough voters to attend his own events, or is too arrogant to make final campaign swings.

But sitting around campaign offices then going to a couple of rallies is not at all what we would consider campaigning for office.

It’s more like Polis is just waiting to be crowned king.

Meanwhile, Stapleton will actually be campaigning and meeting voters at stops Saturday in Fort Collins, Thornton, Lakewood, Highlands Ranch, and Elizabeth.