Bill Clinton to campaign for Hillary in Milwaukee

Former President Bill Clinton, shown in a January 2016 file photo, will headline Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (AP file)
Former President Bill Clinton, shown in a January 2016 file photo, will headline Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. (AP file)

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WBAY) – Former President Bill Clinton will campaign for his wife Hillary, the Democratic presidential nominee, on Saturday in Milwaukee.

The Clinton campaign says he will urge Wisconsinites to vote early. He’ll also talk about Hillary Clinton’s economic plan.

A time and location for the campaign stop haven’t been announced yet.

Bill Clinton also campaigned for his wife in the state back in April, before Wisconsin’s primary election. That’s when Hillary Clinton lost Wisconsin to Sen. Bernie Sanders, who was running as a Democrat. Sanders later dropped out of the race.

Clinton herself hasn’t been to Wisconsin since April. Her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, told Action 2 News during a campaign stop in Green Bay last week that her mother does plan to campaign in the Badger State before Election Day.

Bill Clinton will be in Wisconsin on the same day as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who will campaign Saturday with Gov. Scott Walker, House Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) in Elkhorn.