GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Donald Trump’s campaign has canceled a visit to West Allis Monday, citing a scheduling conflict, according to WISN.
The Republican presidential nominee will still attend a rally at KI Convention Center in Green Bay Monday. That appearance was moved back two hours to 6 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m.
Trump’s visit to Titletown comes as the GOP nominee makes a big play for the Badger State. He could stand to gain voters in Green Bay, which is the most politically polarized city in America, according to a Crowdpac survey.
Gov. Scott Walker, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Sen. Ron Johnson will not join Trump during his stop in Green Bay. All three Republicans cite scheduling conflicts.
The Green Bay stop will be Trump’s seventh visit to Wisconsin since launching his presidential campaign. Trump is spending money on advertising here in effort to win back voters who shifted to Democrat Hillary Clinton following the release of a video showing Trump making lewd comments about women.
A Marquette University Law School Poll conducted during the release of the Trump tape broke down the before and after results. On the day before the release of the tape, Trump was leading Clinton in Wisconsin. In subsequent days, his support diminished, leaving Clinton with a 7-point lead in Wisconsin.