Wisconsin 7th District Candidates Make Final Push

By KBJR News 1

Wisconsin 7th District Candidates Make Final Push

November 5, 2012 Updated Nov 5, 2012 at 6:05 PM CDT

Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com) - With less than 24 hours before Wisconsinites hit the polls, 7th District Republican Congressional Incumbent, Sean Duffy, rolled into Superior on the Lumberjack Express Monday morning.

Rep. Duffy has been on the road since last week's debate in Superior with Democratic Candidate Pat Kreitlow.

The freshmen congressman met with voters at Perkins for a hand shake, a cup of coffee and a friendly conversation to make that last push for voters to get out to the polls tomorrow.

"We feel great," Rep. Duffy said. "We're on this Lumberjack Express Tour. We left the debate on Thursday night here and we went touring all over the State, coming back today. You know, the last push before people go to the polls tomorrow."

Congressmen Duffy will be in Wausau, WI Tuesday night as he awaits results.

Meanwhile, Meanwhile Representative Duffy's Democratic Challenger is making the most of the final waning hours in the campaign. Pat Kreitlow started the day in Rice Lake and made his way up to Superior meeting with voters and thanking volunteers along the way.

Kreitlow met with voters and thanked the dozens of volunteers who've been working on his campaign.

"You always feel an immense sense of gratitude before election day," Kreitlow said. "What starts off as one person making a decision to run, builds and builds until you have a small army of people who have put in hours, made donations, who have spread the word you can be in a position to win this."

Kreitlow will be in Eau Claire tomorrow to cast his ballot.

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