WISCONSINREPORT.COM (02/15/08) - This Sunday, Two days before the Wisconsin Democratic primary, Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano, and Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill will visit Wisconsin to talk to Presidential Primary voters about Senator Barack Obama’s commitment to bringing the kind of change America needs. They are will be trying to reach out to undecided voters, and organize support for the February 19th primary in the state. Sebelius, Napolitano, and McCaskill are well-respected national leaders from traditionally red states.
The Governors and Senator McCaskill will greet and rally volunteers at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse campus as they prepare to canvass in the La Crosse, Wisconsin area.
This first event of the day for Sebelius, Napolitano, and McCaskill, will take place in the Port-o-Call Room in the Cartwright Center at UW-LaCrosse.
In the early afternoon, the team will head to the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire campus, where they will host a roundtable discussion with working women on balancing work and family in the Eau Claire, Wisconsin area.
To round out Sunday, they will host a town hall meeting in Superior to share with Wisconsin voters why Senator Obama is the only candidate who can end the war in Iraq, provide universal health care, and make college affordable. The Superior, Wisconsin appearance will be at the University of Wisconsin - Superior campus student lounge.
Governor Sebelius is in her second term and under her leadership the Kansas economy has rebounded, resulting in low unemployment and the creation of thousands of new jobs.
Governor Napolitano is one of the nation’s most innovative, influential and inspirational leaders and was chosen by Time Magazine as one of America’s Top Five Governors.
Prior to being the first woman elected to the United States Senate in Missouri, Claire McCaskill was a Missouri state prosecutor and state auditor where she was known to be tough on crime and a true watchdog for taxpayers.