Kerry Wants WI Voters to Vote Early

   MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry is urging Wisconsin Democrats to cast their ballots now so they can work for Barack Obama on Election Day.

Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill. and former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., during a rally on the College of Charleston campus in Charleston, S.C., Thursday, Jan. 10, 2008. (AP)

The 2004 Democratic presidential nominee was among a number of Democratic leaders holding rallies Tuesday to urge voters to cast early ballots for Obama. The Illinois senator's campaign also has been pushing supporters to vote early.

Kerry told supporters Tuesday that only Obama has the leadership and knowledge to restore America's standing in the world.

About 200 people attended the rally. After Kerry spoke, 30 to 40 people walked from the rally in downtown Milwaukee to the nearby municipal building to cast absentee ballots

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