No matter what ticket you vote for this Tuesday, it was not hard to find an enthusiastic crowd following it.
Picture courtesy of Debra Noel and the Kewaunee County Democratic Party
Governor Tony Evers, Attorney General Josh Kaul, Lieutenant Governor candidate Sara Rodriguez, and State Senate Candidate Andrea Gage-Michaels were joined by U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin for their stops at The Blue Door Pub in Kewaunee and the Kress Pavilion in Egg Harbor on Wednesday. Evers championed the infrastructure improvements they have helped make in Door and Kewaunee counties, including money for rural broadband, roads, the breakwater wall in Algoma, and the observation tower at Peninsula State Park. Kewaunee County Democratic Party Communications Director Jodi Parins says the enthusiasm is high heading into the final weekend.
Republican supporters filled the Greystone Castle in Sturgeon Bay on Friday, where gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels addressed the crowd behind the bar following speeches by Rep. Joel Kitchens, State Senator Andre Jacque, and U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher. He addressed how he would help Wisconsinites put more money in their pocket, feel safer in their communities, and address education reform. He ended his campaign stop with a request for the crowd’s support.
Democratic Assembly candidate Roberta Thelen, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, and his Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes have also been crisscrossing the area to generate more votes before people head to the polls on November 8th.