Candidates Using Star Power
The presidential candidates are using these last few days before the election to sway any of the undecided voters, and they are both getting support from some well known stars to help with the final push. Video by nbc26.comvideo
GREEN BAY-- The presidential candidates are using these last few days before the election to sway any of the undecided voters, and they are both getting support from some well known stars to help with the final push.
Pop music star Katy Perry is wearing her support for President Obama in Milwaukee, singing for fans and urging them to get to the polls Tuesday. The president says Wisconsin is a key state in his bid for re-election.
“Wisconsin, we know what ideas work, we know our ideas work and we know that their ideas don’t work,” President Obama said.
Here in Green Bay, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a plenty of fans of his own, as he urges republican supporters to help push the Romney-Ryan ticket to the top.
"Either man could win depending on the turnout they have enough votes to win, so we believe that if we can make everyone here enthusiastic, the workers enthusiastic, that Mitt Romney can win this state,” said Giuliani.
The republicans are banking on a strong conservative base in Wisconsin and the well-known former mayor to get out the vote.
While President Obama turns to some well-known democrats in a swing state where every vote will matter.
The president will be back in Wisconsin Monday with Bruce Springsteen.
Mitt Romney is on a swing state blitz, spending time today in New Hampshire, he'll spend the rest of the weekend in Iowa, Colorado and Ohio.