(WISCONSIN) — This week, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin’s “What’s at Stake” bus toured across the state encouraging and energizing people to make their plan to early vote.

The tour kicked off in Madison and included stops in Milwaukee, Green Bay, Rhinelander, Superior and more. At the stops, local Wisconsin leaders and campaign surrogates including State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski, Congresswoman Gwen Moore, Mayor Tom Barrett and more talked about what is at stake for Wisconsin this election and encouraged people to visit www.iwillvote.com/WI to make a plan to cast their ballot.


What’s at Stake Bus Visiting the Rhinelander Hodag


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Eau Claire

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La Crosse

WIZM Radio: Local candidates meet Democratic Party bus at La Crosse City Hall

Four La Crosse area candidates for the legislature promoted the Joe Biden presidential campaign at a local stop by the state Democratic Party’s “Get Out The Vote” bus.

Members of the state party stopped at La Crosse City Hall on Saturday, between scheduled visits to Hudson and Milwaukee.

The candidates who spoke to reporters in La Crosse were incumbent Representatives Jill Billings and Steve Doyle, 96th District Assembly candidate Josefine Jaynes, and 32nd State Senate candidate Brad Pfaff.

Doyle said that the 3rd Congressional District of Wisconsin, and the 32nd Senate District including La Crosse, are “where the action is” in deciding whether Biden or Donald Trump will take Wisconsin in the November 3rd election.

Jaynes. a Readstown resident who is 18 years old, is challenging Republican Rep. Loren Oldenburg of Viroqua,

Jaynes said Biden understands why leaders need empathy, and argues that President Trump lacks empathy and the “ability to lead.”

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