MADISON -- Just how important is Wisconsin to this Presidential race? Not only is President Barack Obama holding a rally in Madison on Monday, the day before the election, but he's also bringing 'The Boss.' Bruce Springsteen will headline the morning event at West Mifflin and State Street in Madison in an event that is open to the general public. Those who wish to make the trip must visit the website link below to RSVP.
This comes as Vice-President Joe Biden visited Beloit and Superior on Friday, and Republican nominee Mitt Romney was in West Allis, where he criticized the latest jobs report showing unemployment at 7.9% as a sign of an economy stuck in neutral.
While having only 10 electoral votes, Wisconsin is getting increasing attention because it is seen as increasingly up for grabs. The latest Rasmussen poll shows the Badger state being a 49%-49% tie, while the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows it at 49%-46% in favor of Obama, too close to call. Both campaigns are doing internal polling as well, and the sheer number of campaign stops by each camp likely reveal both side believe they can take it.
Visit www.barackobama.com/Madison2012 <http://www.barackobama.com/Madison2012> to RSVP for the Madison event.