MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Sen. Barack Obama is scheduled to attend a rally in La Crosse next week, marking his fourth trip to Wisconsin in six weeks.
The campaign for the Democratic presidential candidate says the event will be held Wednesday. The campaign did not immediately provide further details Saturday but said the event will be free and open to the public.
Obama last visited the state Monday in Green Bay.
His running mate, Sen. Joe Biden, was in Milwaukee on Friday for a private meeting with Georgian President Mikhail (meek-HAIL') Saakashvili (sah-kahsh-VIH'-leh).
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