The first lady of the United States is in Wisconsin today.
Michelle Obama is in Madison lending her support to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke for another “grassroots campaign event.”
Mrs. Obama was in Milwaukee just last week urging eligible voters to commit to getting to the polls in November to cast their ballot in what continues to be a close race to the governor’s office. The first lady told supporters in Wisconsin’s largest city the importance of being “passionate” and “hungry” to win the election.
This is Mrs. Obama’s first public appearance to Wisconsin’s capital city since the 2008 presidential election, but her eighth to the state.