EAU CLAIRE -- Sen. Ron Johnson plans to campaign with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in Wisconsin for the first time.
The Republican incumbent Johnson has been keeping his distance from Trump, even though he does support him. Johnson had never appeared with Trump during any of his four previous general election campaign stops in Wisconsin.
But Johnson's campaign says he plans to speak at the Trump rally in Eau Claire on Tuesday night.
Gov. Scott Walker is also attending, marking the second time he will be appearing with Trump in the state.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has not campaigned with Trump and is not attending the event.
According to the Trump campaign's website, Trump's running mate, Gov. Mike Pence, who was supposed to take part in this event, has been dropped from the event. He'll be in Pennsylvania Tuesday and then Arizona Wednesday morning -- skipping Eau Claire.
As for Johnson -- he has condemned Trump at times during the campaign, but never revoked his support. Johnson is in a tough re-election battle with Democratic former Sen. Russ Feingold.