Wisconsin continues to be a key battleground state in the race for the White House, and both vice presidential candidates will visit this week to rally the base and try to win some votes. Prof. Emeritus Michael Kraft weighed in on the upcoming stumping — Paul Ryan will be in De Pere tomorrow and Joe Biden in Eau Claire on Thursday — for a story in Tuesday’s (Sept. 11) Green Bay Press-Gazette. The visits are just the start of what Wisconsin voters will see this election cycle, despite the fact that the Badger State has just 10 electoral votes, Kraft said. “It’s all about swaying the hundreds of voters and thousands of voters at the margins,” he told reporter Maria Amante. “Given that it’s close, they’re going to be trying all sorts of things … it’ll get more intense as we get closer (to Nov. 6).” Full story.
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