Romney to campaign Friday near Milwaukee

MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Republican Mitt Romney plans to campaign Friday in Wisconsin.

The visit announced Wednesday by his campaign was originally set for Monday but was canceled due to superstorm Sandy on the East Coast.

Romney plans to campaign in Republican-friendly West Allis. It is the latest in a steady stream of visits from the candidates in the waning days of the presidential race.

President Barack Obama plans to be in Green Bay on Thursday. Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to be in Beloit and Superior on Friday.

Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is making a number of stops around the state on Wednesday.

And former President Bill Clinton plans stops in Eau Claire on Wednesday and Waukesha on Thursday.

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