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Friday, 21 October 2016 07:51

Chelsea Clinton visit planned

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A high profile visit to La Crosse as the presidential campaign winds down to the last two weeks.  

The La Crosse county democratic party says today that Chelsea Clinton will make a visit on Tuesday morning.  

Details of the visit have yet to be released.

Until just recently, polls showed Wisconsin as becoming more of a toss up race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.  The latest Marquette University Law School and Monmouth University polls both show Clinton with a seven point advantage in Wisconsin.  

The younger Clinton's planned visit, however, seems to indicate that the campaign believes the state is still in play. 

Police have confirmed that preparation for the visit has been underway for the visit for the last few days.


MADISON, Wis. -- President Barack Obama has declared a federal disaster in 10 western Wisconsin counties hit by torrential rains in September. 

The Federal Emergency Management Agency declaration was announced Thursday. The counties are Adams, Chippewa, Clark, Crawford, Jackson, Juneau, La Crosse, Monroe, Richland and Vernon. 

Preliminary assessments determined the storms caused more than $11 million in damage to roads and public infrastructure. 

The aid is not for private businesses or homeowners affected by the flooding. 

Also requested in the declaration were Eau Claire and Trempealeau counties, but they did not sustain enough damage to qualify. 



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