Vice president plans Wisconsin visit Friday
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Vice President Joe Biden is planning to campaign in Wisconsin Friday.
President Obama's campaign announced Tuesday Biden will travel to Beloit and Superior. No specific details have been provided. The campaign says the trip is subject to changing weather conditions.
President Obama remains at the White House Tuesday, dealing with the federal response to Superstorm Sandy. He canceled a campaign stop in Green Bay.
Biden events in Ohio on Tuesday and in Pennsylvania on Thursday were canceled because of the storm. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney canceled Tuesday rallies across Ohio and Iowa, while vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is in La Crosse.
BELOIT (WIFR) -- Vice President Joe Biden will be making a campaign stop in the Stateline. He'll rally voters in Beloit at Aldrich Middle School at 9:00 a.m. Friday.
The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required for the entrance. One ticker per-person will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Wednesday, October 31 at President Obama Campaign Offices in Beloit and Janesville.
Beloit Office: 314 State Street
Janesville Office: 111 W. Milwaukee Street