MADISON (WKOW) -- Governor Scott Walker says no matter what some of the latest polls show, President Obama's upcoming visit proves it's still a tight race in Wisconsin.
A national ABC News-Washington Post poll Monday has Obama slightly ahead of Romney.
"He hadn't been here prior to that last visit since February of this year," Walker said of Obama. "The fact that he's coming multiple times shows that Wisconsin indeed is in play."
The governor also says the first debate on Wednesday will give Romney the chance to lay out the differences between .
"I don't know that there's a precise moment or statement he has to make. I just think people need to have confidence that he's got a plan to turn the economy around, that the plan can work, that he's committed to it. He's going to fight for hardworking taxpayers in Wisconsin and around the country."
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