Pence, Harris make Wisconsin swings in push toward November election


Vice President Mike Pence made a pitch to farmers and workers while Dem vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris spoke of the challenges facing minority- and female-owned businesses as the two stumped on opposite sides of Wisconsin this Labor Day.
Speaking at Dairyland Power Cooperative in La Crosse, Pence repeatedly praised President Trump, including his work to replace NAFTA. In doing so, he took a swipe at Harris, who was one of 10 senators who voted against the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement the Trump administration negotiated.
Pence called the deal a win for Wisconsin workers and farmers.

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