MADISON (WKOW) -- Both candidates for governor spent Saturday meeting potential voters.
Republican Scott Walker shook hands outside Camp Randall Stadium in time for the tailgate before the Wisconsin v. Ohio State game.
"People care about jobs no matter where they are," said Walker.
Walker also told voters he'd work to create 250,000 jobs.
Meanwhile, Democrat Tom Barrett met with labor activists in Milwaukee on Saturday morning.
Barrett encouraged labor unions to vote on November 2nd.
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