Pence set to visit northwestern Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Vice President Mike Pence is planning to visit northwest Wisconsin this weekend to attend a campaign rally with Gov. Scott Walker.

Walker’s campaign says Pence will join the governor for a rally Saturday at Valley Cartage, a trucking company in Hudson.

Pence’s visit comes three days before Election Day, when Walker will face Democratic challenger Tony Evers. Polls show the race is a dead heat.

The visit comes after President Donald Trump rallied with Walker and Republicans last week in central Wisconsin. Pence was last in the state on Oct. 10 for a pair of Walker fundraisers.

Former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden was in Wisconsin on Tuesday for a pair of Democratic rallies on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus and a Milwaukee union hall.

Associated Press

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