Bill Clinton to stump for President Obama in Eau Claire Wednesday

EAU CLAIRE -- Former President Bill Clinton has planned a campaign stop in Eau Claire for Wednesday, October 31st.

Few details have been released at this time, but are forthcoming.

Clinton was last in Wisconsin on October 18th, when he stumped in Green Bay on behalf of President Barack Obama. President Clinton’s speech lasted 55 minutes at Kress Events Center on the UW-Green Bay campus. 

Once he took the stage, he quickly grabbed the attention of the standing room only crowd by trying to simplify the messages and clearly define the differences between the two candidates and how this will affect the country.

Wisconsin is one of about nine states both sides are competing aggressively to win in an increasingly shrinking electoral map.