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Bill Clinton stumps for president in Waukesha


WAUKESHA (WKOW) -- The Democratic push in Wisconsin Thursday included former President Bill Clinton.

Clinton visited the University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, where he spoke heavily about education.

"There is no other issue which more clearly shows you the choice for America in this election. If you agree with [Mitt] Romney, you should vote for him. And if you want America to rise to the top, you should vote for Barack Obama," Clinton told supporters.

The former president also said no one could have turned around the economy in four years, and that President Obama needs another four to finish the job. He says the economic plan of Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan is not right for America and amounts to "dumb economics."

Clinton was in Wisconsin at the same time as President Obama. The president spoke to supporters in Green Bay Thursday.

Mitt Romney is also visiting the Badger State before Election Day. Romney will hold a rally Friday morning at State Fair Park in West Allis.

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