Wisconsin Unemployment

August 15, 2010 by USA Post 

Wisconsin Unemployment, President Barack Obama has gotten the cold shoulder from some Democratic candidates who see it as a potential liability, he continues to receive a warm reception from the candidates in Wisconsin.

Obama still has plenty of fans in the Badger State. Two main reasons are that unemployment here is below the national average, and the state also has a long history of supporting Democrats.

So while the image of President has been very successful throughout the country, is expected to be well received when visiting the Milwaukee area on Monday.

Obama will tour ZBB Energy Corp., which manufactures batteries and fuel cells that are customary in renewable energy products. Then he will head fund-raiser and a plate 250 Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, who is locked in a competitive race for governor.

Barrett was an early supporter of Obama the candidate in 2008, and is more than happy to welcome President Obama now, “said Phil Walzak, a spokesman for the mayor.

“I think the fact that the president is spending part of his time here is an indication of how strongly you feel about the prospects for Tom,” said Walzak.

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