Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is scheduled to make a campaign stop in Green Bay Monday.
The event will take place at the KI Convention Center at 6 p.m. with doors opening at 3 p.m..
Another Wisconsin stop in West Allis was canceled last week.
Wisconsin remains a battleground states in the presidential race. A Marquette University Law School poll last week showed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton widening her lead to 7 points, up from 3 points in a poll taken three weeks earlier.
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The poll bounce came in the wake of a leaked videotape in which Trump is heard making vulgar remarks about women.
Trump lashed out on Monday at Republicans who have tried to tone down his rhetoric about election fraud, calling his party's leaders "so naive" and claiming without evidence that large-scale voter fraud is real.