While the bulk of the nation’s political attention is focused on the RNC in Tampa, President Obama and his team continue to campaign — including a planned stop Sunday (Sept. 2) in Green Bay. Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft offered some perspective on Vice President Joe Biden’s upcoming visit in Wednesday’s (Aug. 29) Green Bay Press-Gazette. Coming to Green Bay is important for the Democratic ticket, Kraft said, especially because Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney are in a statistical dead heat in Wisconsin. Our area went for Obama in 2008, so voters here still may be persuaded to vote for the president in November, Kraft said. Full story.
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