UNDATED, WI (WTAQ) - Vice President Joe Biden will visit Wisconsin on Friday, the day after he debates his Republican opponent Paul Ryan of Janesville.
The Democratic Obama campaign did not release details of Biden’s visit – including the city or cities he’ll appear in.
It will be the vice president’s third visit to Wisconsin since Labor Day weekend. His other rallies were in Green Bay and Eau Claire.
A week ago, President Obama campaigned at UW Madison the day after he debated Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
Obama has an 11-point lead over Romney in the latest Marquette Law School poll. But there have been no independent poll numbers released since his widely-criticized debate with Romney last Wednesday night.