MILWAUKEE -- Republican Vice Presidential candidate Congressman Paul Ryan makes a return to Wisconsin. But the Democrats are also trying to gather votes, and getting some help from Hollywood.
The Republicans made 60 times the number of phone calls during this time, than in 2008. Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus said the party is breaking records with campaign dollars. But the Democrats are also going strong in Milwaukee, with the help of actress Olivia Munn.
Ryan arrived back Saturday afternoon for a private fundraiser at the Pfister Hotel. Admission was $1,000 for the general reception.
"Mitt Romney hit it out of the park so I think it was a big week but I think we need to win every week and keep in perspective," said Priebus. "The President didn't show up quite frankly he didn't just not show up but he couldn't defend his record, I actually think it was pretty offensive.")
Priebus said Wednesday's debate was a game changer for Republicans. And with Paul Ryan next on Thursday, he feels Republicans have the momentum.
Earlier that afternoon on the Marquette University campus, actress Olivia Munn spoke with college Democrats about the importance of casting their ballot in November.
"Even if you're not registered you can go to polling place you can register and go vote right away," said Munn.
The HBO "Newsroom" star highlighted President Obama's repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and the capture of Osama bin Laden. But Munn's big selling points to re-elect the president rested on equal pay for women, and keeping abortion legal.
"The choice is very easy when you look at how, right now this election it's two completely different ways of life and in Wisconsin you guys can all make a difference," said Munn.
Congressman Ryan plans on staying in his hometown of Janesville Saturday night, but he'll be back on the road Sunday, with a fundraiser in Chicago.