WAUKESHA, WI (WTAQ) - Former President Bill Clinton will visit Wisconsin’s most Republican county Thursday, to make a pitch for Democratic President Obama.
The president’s campaign said Clinton would speak in Waukesha Thursday morning, but no other details were immediately released. Clinton will speak in Eau Claire Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the GOP says vice-presidential nominee Paul Ryan is discussing the importance of the race during his Wisconsin campaign stops today – and he’s stressing the importance of early voting which runs through Friday.
Ryan was in Eau Claire and Green Bay this morning, and he scheduled a rally in Racine this afternoon.
On Thursday, the president will rally his supporters at the airport in Green Bay.
It’s the first time Obama will have made a campaign appearance since last Saturday in New Hampshire.
He’s been tied up with matters involving Superstorm Sandy – and Green Bay will be his first stop tomorrow in a day that also includes visits to Las Vegas and Boulder Colorado.
Vice President Joe Biden has campaign visits scheduled in Beloit and Superior on Friday – and Republican White House nominee Mitt Romney has a West Allis rally planned Friday morning at State Fair Park.