Battleground Wisconsin: Sprint to the Finish Comes Through the Badger State
GREEN BAY, Wis.--Both President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney will be in Wisconsin as the Presidential election heads down the home stretch.
The Obama Campaign says the President will be making a stop in Green Bay on Tuesday, October 30th. Details including location and time have yet to be released.
Mitt Romney will also campaign in Wisconsin next Monday, October 29th. According to Romney's campaign website, Romney and the GOP Team will be hosting a rally outside of Milwaukee on the State Fair Grounds at 7:00 p.m.
Polls show the Presidential race is locked in a dead heat in Wisconsin, and both campaigns are fighting hard for the state's 10 electoral votes.
Next week's campaign swing follows Friday's visit by Vice President Joe Biden. He is in Oshkosh for a campaign event. Romney's running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan will be in the state next week to attend a couple of events before taking his children trick or treating on Halloween.