MADISON (WKOW) -- Voters will pick Wisconsin's next U.S. Senator on Tuesday.
The candidates, Tammy Baldwin (D) and Tommy Thompson (R), made several visits across the state Monday on a final push to raise support.
After speaking at President Obama's rally in Madison, Tammy Baldwin delivered lunch to volunteers in Wausau.
The congresswoman said this race is crucial because the next time the senate convenes, lawmakers will take up consequential decisions on the nation's debt and economy.
"This election certainly determines whether we have a U.S. Senator who's going to go there and fight for the middle class and hard working people of this state or one who's beholden to the special interests," says Baldwin.
She finished her final day of campaigning with stops in Green Bay and Greendale.
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