MILWAUKEE – Pete Buttigieg on Thursday, Oct. 22 traveled to Milwaukee, Racine and Green Bay to host a series of “Get Out the Vote” events. In-person early voting started in Wisconsin on Oct. 20.
In Milwaukee, Buttigieg met with student leaders from Marquette University and UW-Milwaukee to discuss the importance of making a plan to vote.
In Racine, Buttigieg joined Racine Mayor Cory Mason, State Rep. Greta Neubauer and others at the River Bend Nature Center.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana was an opponent of Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden earlier in the campaign process. In Racine, he discussed Biden's character compared to President Donald Trump's, the handling of the economy and more.
While Buttigieg stumped on Thursday, President Trump's campaign announced that the president would be in Waukesha on Saturday.