GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV)-- Next Tuesday, October 30th, will be President Obama's first trip to Green Bay since june of 2009, but it's his third visit to Wisconsin since September.
And while the Democrats anxiously await his arrival, the Republicans say it shows they are worried.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, " President Obama and Vice President Biden realize that Wisconsin is in play and it's slipping away, so they are going to do everything they can to prevent it from slipping away, but I don't think they'll be successful."
Mitt Romney's campaign rally in West Allis will be his first trip to the state since August.
Senator Johnson has been campaigning on his behalf, and says they are feeling good about their chances here.
Democrats too are cautiously optimistic, even though the President won Wisconsin by 14 points in 2008.
Both campaigns have been pushing early voting, and people have been listening.
The GAB says more than 225,000 absentee ballotts have already been issued, and more than 100,000 of those were in person.
A week ahead of election day, President Obama will make a campaign stop in Green Bay.
The President will address supporters at the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena on Tuesday, October 30.
Doors open at 4:30p.m. Tickets for the event will become available at Noon on Saturday, October 27.
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GOP candidate Mitt Romney will be in Wisconsin on Monday, October 29th.
He's holding a rally on the State Fairgrounds in West Allis.
Doors open at 5:00 pm - the event starts at 7:00 pm