- Enthusiasm, excitement and surprises continue to pack the 2016 election season.
Republican politicians in Wisconsin still have something to add to this election.
On Sunday Governor Scott Walker, Senator Ron Johnson and Representative Sean Duffy all stopped by the Wisconsin GOP office.
They came together to encourage voters to get out and vote early.
About 30 people came out to hear what the politicians had to say.
"We need to convince people who maybe we don't know where their opinions are in terms of election," said Governor Walker.
"But we work with them, we live next to them, we go to church with them those are the people we need to reach out [to]."
With just a few more weeks until the election, the politicians left voters with something to think about on their way to the polls.
"Who would represent my values?" said Senator Johnson.
"Who would I be proud of to be my elected official of the United States Senate?"
With just 16 days in the election season, the politicians want to make sure everyone in Wisconsin is ready to vote.
On Sunday they also stopped by offices in Eau Claire, Waukesha and Green Bay.
If you still haven't registered to vote, you can vote up until the day of Election Day on November 8.
|Story By: Phylicia Ashley