GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Former President Bill Clinton will return to Wisconsin this week to campaign for President Obama.
The Obama campaign made the announcement Monday morning. That was after the president canceled a visit to Green Bay Tuesday, so he could stay in Washington and deal with Hurricane Sandy.
Campaign officials have not said exactly when or where Clinton will appear in the Badger State. It will be part of a campaign swing that includes Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, Virginia, and New Hampshire.
This will be Clinton’s 3rd visit to Wisconsin since early June, when he campaigned in Milwaukee for Democrat Tom Barrett in the governor’s recall election. Clinton was also in Green Bay on October 19th to campaign for Obama.
Republican Mitt Romney also cancelled his appearance in West Allis Monday night. His running mate and Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan will make a campaign stop in Green Bay Wednesday.