Evers, Michels ramp up campaign in final days before Election Day
MADISON, Wis. — The two men running for governor in Wisconsin ramped up their campaigns Saturday with Election Day just days away.
Gov. Evers met with supporters in Madison as part of his “Doing the Right Thing” bus tour. Evers shared how the reversal of Roe v. Wade has impacted his family and women across the state.
“I have seven granddaughters, they’re here tonight — second-class citizens, overnight, just like all the women in the room,” Evers said. “We can’t let this happen.”
Meanwhile, his challenger Tim Michels joined Sen. Ron Johnson, calling out Democrats for policies that Michels said have failed.
“They know they’re on the wrong side of the issues,” Michels said. “The red wave is coming.”
Voters will decide between the two on Tuesday.
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