UNDATED (WHBL) - Former President Bill Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama were in Wisconsin yesterday, urging voters to go to the polls. Early in-person voting starts next Monday. Republicans like U.S. Senator Ron Johnson and former Congressman Mark Green, along with GOP National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, were trying to do the same thing. Mrs. Obama spoke to a big crowd in Racine, telling the 25 hundred people the election in the Badger State will be closer than it was four years ago. She says the election could come down to a few battleground states like Wisconsin and this state could be decided by just a few votes.
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