Senator John Edwards public rally on the UW Eau Claire campus drew roughly 2000 supporters.
Today he continued his role as the democratic attack dog, targeting President Bush much of the time.
Edwards says that the current situation in Iraq can be blamed on President Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney.
He supported his running mate John Kerry's ability to keep Americans safe from terrorism.
During the rally, Senator Edwards touched on domestic issues, including the rising cost of health care, prescription drugs, and college tuition.
After his visit, Edwards went to a rally in Hibbing, Minnesota.