The candidates will push early voting during their stops in Wis. this week.
Already around 5 million people have cast ballots in advance, and political experts predict more than 30 percent of people will vote before the Nov. 6 election.
After becoming the first sitting president to vote early, President Barack Obama will be in Green Bay at the Brown County Arena Tuesday to ask swing state Wis. to do the same. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the president is expected to speak two hours later.
His visit will be in the middle of Romney/Ryan campaign stops in the Badger state.
Mitt Romney is scheduled to stop in West Allis Monday at 5:00 p.m. at the Wis. Products Pavilion at State Fair Park. Paul Ryan returns home to Wis. Wed.
To vote early, head to your city clerk's office. If you have already registered, you don't need to bring anything. If you haven't, you must bring proof of residence--that can be any document with your name and current address on it.
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