MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan will spend Halloween night in Janesville trick or treating with his three children.
Before that, Ryan plans to spend the day making multiple campaign stops across Wisconsin.
Mitt Romney campaign spokesman Ben Sparks announced the latest stops on Thursday. He says more details about Ryan's campaign swing will be announced later.
Ryan has not campaigned in Wisconsin since Oct. 15 when he hosted a rally in Waukesha.
Both Romney and President Barack Obama are heavily contesting Wisconsin and its 10 electoral votes. It is one of only a handful of states where both campaigns are fully engaged.
Polls show the race over the state's 10 electoral votes to be a dead heat.