Governor Jim Doyle says the results of Super Tuesday put Wisconsin's presidential primary very much in play in the nominating process. Doyle plans to campaign in Wisconsin on behalf of Barack Obama this week. "I think Wisconsin is really ready for Barak Obama," Doyle said Tuesday night. "The message that he has of really uniting this country, taking on the hard issues, really bringing change . . will resonate deeply in Wisconsin." Doyle is attending events today in Green Bay and Oshkosh. He'll be campaigning Thursday in Eau Claire and La Crosse. Doyle says Obama plans stop here several times between now and the primary, which is February 19. Lt. Governor Barbara Lawton expects Wisconsin's primary on February 19 to be hotly contested. Lawton is a state co-chair for Hillary Clinton 's campaign, which plans on opening an office here this week.
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