Clinton, Biden, Ryan All Making Appearances This Week In MN, WI

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 at 6:50 am

Former President Bill Clinton was in Minneapolis and Duluth on Tuesday causing some to wonder if the State may be up for grab in next Tuesday’s election. The Dems aren’t losing sight on how important Wisconsin is though either. We’ve learned that Vice President Joe Biden will be coming to visit Wisconsin right before the election.

The Obama campaign announced Tuesday that Biden is coming to Superior on Friday afternoon. Biden will speak at Superior Middle School at 1 p.m.

The event will be free and open to the public but tickets are required. Tickets can be picked up at Obama For America campaign offices.

Wisconsin, according to political analysts, is a swing state this time around and both campaigns have been hitting the state hard. On Friday, Biden will also campaign in Beloit, which is not far from Republican Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s hometown of Janesville.

Not to be outdone in the state, republican VP Nominee Paul Ryan is focused on delivering the state for he and Mitt Romney. Ryan was in La Crosse on Tuesday collecting donations for storm relief efforts.

Ryan was at the La Crosse Victory Center and also made a stop at the Hudson Victor Center where he thanked volunteers who delivered or collected items for storm relief efforts. The vice presidential candidate and Wisconsin native will also be speaking to supporters Wednesday morning at the Florian Gardens.

In punch, counterpunch fashion, we’ve also heard that former President Bill Clinton will be in Eau Claire Wednesday.

Obama for America announced Tuesday night that Clinton will hold a grassroots event, but no more information has been released about the visit.

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