President Obama's sister, Maya Soetoro-Ng, spoke on behalf of her brother in West Allis on Saturday.
She told a crowd of the President's supporters there's a lot of work left to be done.
"We have less than 100 days to tell the story of this administration as well as thinking about unearthing the important stories of how individuals in this country have been affected in positive ways," Maya said.
Meanwhile, not far away, backers of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney met in Waukesha on Saturday.
On the President's 51st birthday, the group presented him with gag gifts: a Bob the Builder birthday card and the game Jenga.
"Start to learn how to build a business because it's the heart of our economy," said State Senator Alberta Darling (R-River Hills). "Small business is the key, Mr. President."
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