MILWAUKEE — Sources tell TMJ4 News that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will be visiting Milwaukee this Friday.
The Biden-Harris campaign has not released any details about the campaign stop. Former President Barack Obama is expected to join Biden on the campaign trail this weekend, but no word if the former president will be in Milwaukee this Friday.
In a statement Thursday, the campaign added that a tentative time for Biden's arrival is set for 6:30 p.m. No specific location has been released.
This will be the second time Biden has visited Milwaukee this election. His first stop was in Kenosha and Milwaukee, following the protests and unrest over the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
Biden's visit comes after stops from President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the last several weeks. The president attended a campaign event in La Crosse County on Tuesday, and Waukesha and Janesville before that. The VP's latest stop was in Mosinee on Tuesday.
A latest Marquette Law School Poll found Wednesday that Biden maintains a small lead over Trump in Wisconsin.
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