Former President Barack Obama is heading to Wisconsin next week in an effort to boost Democrats in the November midterm elections.

The state Democratic Party announced Friday that Obama will visit Milwaukee on Oct. 26 to campaign for Sen. Tammy Baldwin, gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, Rep. Gwen Moore, and Randy Bryce, who’s running for retiring House Speaker Paul Ryan’s seat.

The Wisconsin governor’s race is seen as a tossup, according to Real Clear Politics. An average of polls shows Evers leading two-term Republican Gov. Scott Walker by 3.6 percentage points.

Baldwin is up more than 10 percentage points on her Republican opponent, Leah Vukmir, according to the average of polls.

Bryce was trailing Republican Bryan Steil by 6 points in a New York Times/Siena College poll in September.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton was widely criticized for not focusing enough on Wisconsin in the 2016 presidential election after President Trump won the state by a thin margin.