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WASHINGTON--First Lady Michelle Obama hits Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin on Friday to stump in the battleground state, heading north the day after she fund-raises at two events in Chicago.

My post on Mrs. Obama's Chicago's events on Thursday is HERE.


FRIDAY: First Lady Michelle Obama to Speak to Grassroots Supporters in Appleton, WI

CHICAGO, IL - On Friday, September 28, First Lady Michelle Obama will travel to Wisconsin, where she will speak to grassroots supporters in Appleton. The First Lady will speak about what's at stake in this election for Wisconsinites, encourage them to help organize their communities between now and November and promote voter registration and voting through Own Your Vote. And, as part of the campaign's It Takes One effort, the First Lady will ask every supporter to help grow Obama for America's national grassroots network.

The First Lady's event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required due to limited space, and will be available to the public starting on a first-come, first-served basis at the following pick-up locations below.

APPLETON

WHAT: First Lady Michelle Obama Speaks to Grassroots Supporters

WHEN: Press/Public Access: 1:00 PM CDT

Final Press Access: 3:00 PM CDT

Remarks (*Off the Record - For Planning Purposes Only*): 3:45 PM CDT

September 28, 2012

WHERE: Lawrence University

Alexander Gymnasium

1100 East South River Street

Appleton, Wisconsin 54915

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