La Crosse, WI (WXOW) - U.S. Senate candidate Mark Neumann made a stop in La Crosse today giving details on his plan to balance the federal budget if he gets elected.
Neumann plans to cut government spending by eliminating what he sees as unnecessary programs.
Neumann will face a primary election for the seat of retiring U.S. Senator Herb Kohl on August 14th.
"We want folks in Western Wisconsin to know we're spending a lot of time here because we feel it's a very important part of the state and we want them to hear from me the candidate how important we believe it is here. You've got a very important Senate seat here for our state Senate and we are certainly working to support our candidate here in that Senate race," said Neumann.
Neumann is traveling around the state campaigning. Next he is hosting a town hall meeting in Eau Claire.
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