President Obama to stop in Wisconsin on Thursday


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 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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