MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Former President Bill Clinton told supporters and undecided voters to focus on the records of the presidential candidates, not charisma.
Clinton is campaigning for his wife in Wisconsin today.
During his first stop in Milwaukee, he urged prospective primary voters to consider his wife's experience. Clinton's message comes a day after Barack Obama packed the Kohl Center in Madison for his speech.
Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton are locked in a close race for the Democratic nomination.
President Clinton says "it's about whether you should choose the power of speeches over the power of solutions."
Clinton says his wife has worked in a bipartisan fashion in the Senate on such things as securing body armor for soldiers. He says as president, she would work to restore international relations and diplomacy and improve America's standing in the world.
The former president will also campaign in Waukesha, Madison and La Crosse today.