WISCONSIN (WBAY) – Both presidential tickets are fighting for votes in Wisconsin with about a month to go until the election.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has learned that Republican nominee Donald Trump will campaign in Wisconsin on Saturday, Oct. 8. The paper had no details on the location of the campaign stop. Trump was just in Waukesha last Wednesday.
We do know where the candidate’s son, Donald Trump Jr., will appear in Wisconsin this week. Trump Jr. will hold a “coffee and roundtable” discussion in Brookfield on the morning of Wednesday Oct. 5. Click here to find out how to register.
Later that morning, Trump Jr. will appear at a shooting range in Marathon. That event is hosted by Veterans for Trump. Click here to register.
Also on Wednesday, former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will stop in Green Bay to campaign on behalf of Hillary Clinton. Click here to RSVP.
Clinton’s daughter Chelsea is set to return to Wisconsin on Oct. 10, but the Clinton campaign said time and location details are pending.
Chelsea Clinton visited Green Bay last Friday. Hillary has not made a campaign stop in Wisconsin since the primaries.
The most recent Marquette University Law School Poll shows a very tight race in Wisconsin. The Sept. 21 poll shows Clinton with a 45-42 edge over Trump among likely voters.