President Joe Biden is scheduled to visit Milwaukee on Wednesday, December 20, as part of his “Investing in America” agenda, according to the White House. During this visit, the President is expected to discuss various aspects of his economic policies, often referred to as “Bidenomics,” with a focus on small businesses and job creation.
The White House highlighted the significant number of new business applications filed by Americans during the Biden administration, reaching a total of 14.6 million nationwide, including 178,000 in Wisconsin. This visit follows Biden’s previous trip to Milwaukee in August, where he addressed economic policies and the Inflation Reduction Act at Ingeteam. Additionally, the President visited Dane County in February to discuss job creation.
With Wisconsin being one of the pivotal states for Biden to gain support for his policies, the visit aims to emphasize the positive impact on people’s lives, including generating approximately $500 billion in corporate investments for factories and other facilities. This upcoming visit marks Biden’s sixth trip to Wisconsin since taking office in 2021.