Chelsea Clinton made her third stop in Wisconsin on Thursday morning.
She spoke to a packed house of more than 250 people at the Anodyneo Coffee Roasting Company in Walker's Point. The former first daughter asked supporters to back her mom and return her to the White House.
"Tell people it's easy to vote here, and it's not easy everywhere," said Clinton. "So thank you for early voting and thank you for talking to five people from now until Tuesday and telling them to vote."
This was a two-day swing through Wisconsin for Chelsea Clinton. She made stops in Eau Claire, Oshkosh and now Milwaukee.
Hillary Clinton has not visited Wisconsin since losing the primary in April. Instead, her campaign surrogates have been fanning out across the state and voters here at this rally say that's enough.
"I love to see what Hilary Clinton has done for woman and children in the last 30 years, and I think we need to pay attention to that," said Marilyn Rulseh, a voter in Milwaukee.
Today's rally came one day after the latest poll from Marquette University Law School. It shows Hillary Clinton has 46 percent of support from likely voters in Wisconsin compared to Donald Trump with 40 percent.