MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- From President Barack Obama in the morning, to Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan at night, Wisconsin is in the campaign cross hairs the day before the election.
Democratic Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin plans to appear at Obama's rally Monday morning near the Capitol before heading out to Wausau, Green Bay and Greendale.
Her Republican challenger Tommy Thompson is starting his day in La Crosse before heading to Eau Claire, and the Wausau and Green Bay areas.
Thousands were lined up for Obama's morning rally in Madison with rocker Bruce Springsteen. It's his third appearance in Wisconsin in the past five days.
Ryan planned to end his day of campaigning across the country in Milwaukee before voting Tuesday morning in Janesville.
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