MADISON (WKOW) -- Democrat Tammy Baldwin made a stop in Madison on Sunday, in the final nine days before the election.
Baldwin visited the Red Gym on the UW-Madison campus to talk with supporters and students, encouraging young people to vote early.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson made no campaign stops on Sunday.
Earlier in the day, Baldwin also stopped by Lambeau Field, to reach voters attending the Packers game.
Also at Lambeau on Sunday, was the Romney-Ryan tour bus, bringing U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and Paul Ryan's brother Tobin Ryan to the Green Bay area to spread the word about the Romney campaign.
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