Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is headed back to Wisconsin Friday for his third visit of the fall campaign.
No other details were available.
“Joe Biden will travel to Wisconsin and discuss bringing Americans together to address the crises facing the country and win the battle for the soul of the nation,” the campaign said in a statement issued Monday.
The former vice president visited Kenosha and Wauwatosa on Sept. 3. During that trip, he spoke by phone to Jacob Blake, a Black man who was shot by a Kenosha police officer on Aug. 23, an incident that sparked protests, as well as lootings and arson.
Biden visited a foundry in Manitowoc on Sept. 21 and harshly criticized President Donald Trump for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Biden also spoke directly to voters who cast ballots for Barack Obama in 2012 and then switched to Trump in 2016.
Biden has consistently led Trump in polls in Wisconsin.
But the state remains very much in play, with Trump and Vice President Mike Pence both due to visit this week. The president is in West Salem Tuesday and the vice president has an airport rally Wednesday in Mosinee.