- With a little over two weeks before the presidential election, local officials continue to campaign for their pick for President of the United States.
Wisconsin's former Lieutenant Governor Barbara Lawton visited Rhinelander Saturday to show her support for Hillary Clinton.
In 2008, Lawton served as the first Midwest co-chair for the Democratic nominee.
"If we want to have the possibility of honest policy debate and work together as a nation toward those higher ends, she's the only candidate that can lead us there," said Lawton.
Lawton served two terms from 2003 to 2011 under Governor Jim Doyle. She says Donald Trump's accusations of a rigged campaign are outrageous.
"Undermine our confidence in the integrity of our election system when there is no evidence of this ever happening, is to me an outrageous dirty trick of Donald Trumps," said Lawton.
Lawton was also the first statewide elected official or former elected official to endorse Bernie Sanders.
She says Clinton offers an "aspirational vision of what America can be."