Appleton, WI (WFRV)- A scuffle on the campaign trail today as supporters of Mitt Romney's campaign for the presidency came together for a "Women for Mitt" event in the Fox Valley.
A fight between Romney supporters and a protester interrupted State Senator Roberta Darling speech.
As the video shows a supporter confronted the protester, who spat in her face.
The supporter than swung at the protester, leaving scratches on her face.
He protester was escorted out and was taken away in an ambulance.
Later Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch spoke about the real meaning of the event..
"The fact of the matter is all of these women are individuals, we don't have the same priorities, we need paycheck and jobs to keep our American dream going."
Women supporters of President Obama's campaign showed their support today as well.
Campaign supporters were at the Democratic headquarters in green bay.
That's where former candidate for Wisconsin State Senate Nancy Nusbaum told local five that a Mitt Romney presidency is destructive for women and their families.
"There are a lot women in who are supporting a family and children. Now they are being asked to make up taxes breaks for millionaires and billionaires. That's bad for the economy, families, and is certainly bad for the middle class who are getting this burden shifted to them."
Tonight at 10, Local 5 breaks down the scuffle at the "Women for Mitt" event.