GREEN BAY, Wis. - President Barack Obama plans another stop in battleground Wisconsin in the heated last days of the campaign.
Obama will campaign in Green Bay on Tuesday, a week before Election Day. The Wisconsin stop is part of a two-day swing that includes visits to other key states Colorado and Ohio. Details will be announced later.
Polls show Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are in a tight race for Wisconsin's 10 electoral votes.
Obama appeared at a rally at the University of Wisconsin-Madison earlier this month. Vice President Joe Biden plans stops Friday in Oshkosh and Kenosha.
GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan plans campaigns stops across Wisconsin next Wednesday before trick-or-treating in Janesville with his three children on Halloween.
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