MADISON (WKOW) – President Barack Obama will be stopping in Madison on Thursday.
He is making the appearance in Madison the night after the first presidential debate with Republican challenger Mitt Romney at the University of Denver and a campaign event in Denver.
After Madison, President Obama will be heading to Fairfax County, Virginia and Cleveland, Ohio. This will be President Obama's second stop in Wisconsin because he was in Milwaukee on the September 22.
The last time he was in Madison was September 2010, when he held a rally at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The campaign did not release other details of the Madison event at this time.
First lady Michelle Obama spoke on Friday at Lawrence University in Appleton.
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