MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - President Obama will bring star power during his next two visits to Wisconsin.
On Monday, rock legend Bruce Springsteen will join the Democratic president for a rally in Madison. And it was announced earlier that pop star Katy Perry will join Obama for a rally in Milwaukee on Saturday.
It will be Springsteen’s second politically-related show in Madison. In 2004, about 80,000 people showed up to hear “The Boss” perform with Democratic White House hopeful John Kerry.
Obama was in Ashwaubenon Thursday, vowing to add jobs if he’s re-elected. He also praised Americans for their generous response to the storm victims in the eastern U.S.
Friday morning, Republican White House hopeful Mitt Romney will appear at State Fair Park in West Allis.