MADISON — Saturday marked a busy day of politics in Wisconsin. Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren made two Wisconsin stops on behalf of Joe Biden.
“Over the next seventeen days, we got to get this done,” Warren said.
Warren spoke alongside Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes and WI State Senator Tammy Baldwin.
“We’re here to elect a president who isn’t going to build a nation what works for just someone at the top, but is going to help us build a nation that works for everyone,” Warren said.
The senator worked to make the case for the democratic ticket at an outdoor rally to get out the vote in Wisconsin.
"We’re super excited about the election. We feel like we have a lot of momentum,” said Biden supporter, Jeff Doyle.
Hours later, from Madison, to Milwaukee. Warren then spoke in front of Steamfitters Union members alongside county and city leaders.
Warren hopes her efforts could help tip the scale with election say around the corner.
“We’re going to hold Donald Trump accountable on Nov. 3rd,” she told the crowd.