MILWAUKEE -- If Hillary Clinton was the starting pitcher, Bill Clinton was called in to close.
With one day left before Tuesday's primary election, the former President appeared at the Turner Hall Ballroom in downtown Milwaukee. In front of an intimate but enthusiastic crowd, Bill Clinton spoke for nearly an hour and spoke of Hilary's experience.
He took a few veiled shots at Hillary's contender, Bernie Sanders, but he spoke a lot about Hillary's elect-ability - and the common support for democratic and progressive values
"This is not about new versus old," President Clinton proclaimed. "It's not about establishment versus reform. This is about change, and everyone's been a part of it. They know [Hillary]'s always been there."
Sanders has also been making the rounds around Wisconsin on Monday, including stops in Green Bay and La Crosse. The Vermont senator will appear on Monday night at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.