EAU CLAIRE (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton is heading to battleground Wisconsin to stump for President Barack Obama.
The Obama campaign says Clinton will hold a grassroots campaign event in Eau Claire on Wednesday. On Thursday, he'll rally supporters at an event Waukesha.
Obama was scheduled to campaign in Green Bay on Tuesday. But the Democratic president has canceled three straight days of campaigning as he deals with the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.
President Obama is now scheduled to make a campaign stop at Austin Straubel Airport in Ashwaubenon Thursday morning.
Clinton stumped for Obama in Minnesota on Tuesday, appearing at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota Duluth.
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