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Former was in Waukesha rallying Democratic support with just five days left before the election. In the waning moments of the campaign, both parties have targeted the Badger State in what could be a photo finish Nov. 6.
Wisconsin's getting high-profile political stops, including President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Vice President Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
Gov. Scott Walker says that Mitt Romney did the right thing by canceling Wisconsin visit in light of East Coast storm.
The "horses and bayonets" comment a hit among some President Barack Obama supporters watching the debate with Gov. Mitt Romney at the Patch-sponsored event at the Rosebud Theater in Wauwatosa.
Vice presidential candidates' wives Jill Biden and Janna Ryan make stops in Waukesha Saturday - as do Democratic Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.
Sam Ryan brings smiles to the GOP crowd with his goblin mask, while big sister Liza dishes about her Halloween costume and the rifle that her dad bought her for deer hunting.
Mitt Romney's son was in Waukesha to thank supporters as the Nov. 6 presidential election draws closer.
If Mitt Romney stays within 3 percentage points of President Barack Obama in the polls, the GOP candidate will take Wisconsin, Republican National Committee chairman tells volunteers in Waukesha.
Local Republican college students get ready for rally for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
The non-agribusiness specialist members of the 82nd Agribusiness Development Team trained for 12 months prior to mobilization in February 2012.
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