The candidates in Tuesday’s election contests in Wisconsin were very busy Monday, reaching out to potential supporters.
In the U.S. Senate race, Democratic challenger Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes met with Master Lock workers on the north side of Milwaukee. Then he went to Glendale to thank volunteers who were about to do get out the vote work for him.
Barnes said Republican incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson “lives in oblivion — a man who is so self-centered and arrogant that he doesn’t take in the concerns people have, whether it’s retirement security, whether it’s access to health care and the right to make our own decisions, or even issues like climate change that have been consistently ignored.”
Barnes also campaigned Monday in Green Bay, Madison and Waunakee.
Johnson began his campaign day in Stevens Point, then made several stops with former South…