JANESVILLE (WKOW) -- U.S. Senate candidates Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson took part in a Labor Day parade Monday in Janesville.
Both candidates spoke to potential voters about why they should cast a ballot for them.
Thompson, a Republican, highlighted his record as governor of Wisconsin.
"Of course, I have a tremendous track record. When I was governor... creating more jobs than ever in the history of our state, got spending under control... I balanced the budget at the state level 14 years," said Thompson.
Baldwin, a Democrat, said voters will see a stark contrast between the two candidates.
"They see Tommy, who's been fighting for the big, powerful health industry and drug companies in Washington and not for them. And they see me who's been fighting to bring back manufacturing jobs in Wisconsin, to go after those who outsource our jobs overseas," Baldwin said.
Baldwin and Thompson square off in the general election November 6.
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