Donald Trump to Hold Rally in Waukesha
Donald Trump will hold a rally in Waukesha on Wednesday.
The event will take place at 6:00 PM.
Doors will open at the Waukesha County Expo Center at 3:00 PM.
This is right in the middle of one the key conservative Wisconsin counties.
This week’s Marquette Law School Poll showed Hillary Clinton’s seemingly out-of-reach 15 point lead from early August has dwindled down to just two percent.
Now, Donald Trump is looking to jump on that chance to swing Wisconsin in his favor.
Even with the visit, UW-Milwaukee political expert, Mordecai Lee, is still trying to wrap his head around Trump’s strategy in Wisconsin.
Lee said, “I literally don’t get it, I don’t understand it. Certainly his coming to the state is his preferred way to run for office, that’s how he won the Republican nomination, but just holding mass rallies without TV advertising, without his own campaign offices throughout the state where instead he has to rely on the state Republican Party or Ron Johnson. This strikes me as peculiar and I’m not quite sure what’s going on.”
The last time Trump was in Wisconsin was more than a month ago at a rally in West Bend.
The last time Hillary Clinton campaigned in Wisconsin was back in April.
Lee expects both candidates to change their approach, and really fight for Wisconsin until Election Day.