Posted at 10:23 PM on September 27, 2008
by Tom Scheck
Barack Obama's campaign says Obama will be in La Crosse, WI on Wednesday (no time scheduled yet). Here's the release:
MADISON, Wis.--U.S. Sen. Barack Obama will return to Wisconsin Wednesday for the third time in the month of September. Coming off a commanding debate performance Friday, Obama will continue to make his case for the change we need at a rally in the La Crosse area. The event will be free and open to the public. No ticket is required, however an RSVP at www.barackobama.com is strongly encouraged. Further details of the event will be announced as they become available.
Senator Obama last visited Wisconsin on Monday, September 22, when he unveiled a plan to reform the greed and excesses of Washington in Green Bay. Other recent stops in the state include a Labor Day rally in Milwaukee along with a Sunday picnic style event in Eau Claire on August 24.
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