President Obama to stop in Wisconsin on Thursday

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by Jennifer Tomazic

MADISON -- President Obama will come to Wisconsin on Thursday, the day after the first Presidential Debate.

His campaign confirmed early Monday that the president will speak at a grassroots event at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Doors open at noon on Thursday at Bascom Mall.

The event is free but an RSVP is required. You can do it online at www.barackobama.com/Madison2012 or in person at the following locations:

OFA Field Office- Beloit
314 State Street
Beloit, WI

OFA Field Office - Janesville
111 W Milwaukee
Janesville, WI

OFA Field Office - Madison State Street
222 State Street
Madison, WI

OFA Field Office - Milwaukee
231 E. Wisconsin
Milwaukee, WI

OFA Field Office - Madison South Side
2801 W. Beltline,
Madison, WI

OFA Field Office - Madison West
1001 Fourier Drive
Madison, WI

OFA Field Office - Portage
216 W. Wisconsin
Portage, WI

OFA Field Office - Sun Prairie
1632 W. Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI

OFA Field Office - Waukesha
741 N. Grand Ave, Suite 100
Waukesha, WI

President Obama is expected to talk about how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs and restore middle-class economic security.

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