Biden to meet with Black voters during Wednesday trip to Wisconsin

MADISON — In his fourth visit to the state this year, President Joe Biden will meet with Black voters in southeastern Wisconsin for a campaign event following the announcement of the Microsoft data center development expansion in Mount Pleasant.

Biden will “discuss the issues of this election and the important progress made under his leadership for the Black community,” according to the campaign.

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“I think it’s important that the president is here to talk at the grassroots level about how he’s actually affecting people’s lives, and I think what you’ve seen on previous trips and what you’ll see (Wednesday ), is that we have an opportunity to have a president who engages with people and has a real conversation with them,” Garren Randolph, coordinating campaign manager for Wisconsin Democrats, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.