MILWAUKEE, Wis. (WTAQ) - For the third time in just over 2 months, President Obama is planning a visit to southeast Wisconsin.
The White House says he’ll be in Milwaukee on Labor Day to talk about the economy. The Democratic president will appear at Labor Fest, which is put together by the Milwaukee Area Labor Council. No other details were immediately released.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke at the same event in 1996, two months before the Democrat was re-elected to his second term. Now, Democrats are fighting to hang onto a U.S. Senate and the Wisconsin governorship in the fall elections – along with a couple of U.S. House seats and the majority in both the state Assembly and the Senate.