A little more than half of voters in the key battleground state said they would vote for the Democratic nominee at the 2020 election.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday that Jacob Blake told him he would refuse to be defeated "whether we walked again or not."
Of more than 250 arrested in Kenosha County, 132 were from outside the Wisconsin county, police officials reported on Thursday.
The Democratic presidential nominee plans to hold a community meeting in the city.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was shown as leading President Donald Trump in three swing states that Trump won during the 2016 presidential election.
"We hope that this letter finds you in good health. We just wanted to touch base. Thank you for purchasing and proudly displaying the yard sign. Your support of our common cause is greatly needed and appreciated," the letter reads. "We Whites must stand together. We must keep Wauwatosa free from blacks and their lack of morels [sic].
President Trump's visit to the Wisconsin city sparked controversy, with Blake's uncle telling media: "We're not engaging."
Citing concerns about the spread of coronavirus, President Donald Trump is sidestepping Congress to pause most evictions through the end of the year, citing authority through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Shelly Billingsley, the city's public works director, told local leaders the amount would be necessary to replace garbage trucks, street lights, traffic signals and more that were damaged or destroyed in the daily protests.
The president said an additional $42 million will be provided to assist public safety efforts statewide.
The word "boogaloo" has been adopted by white supremacists and other far-right extremists as shorthand for a future civil war, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
The president credited the National Guard for saving the Wisconsin city, which has been the scene of violence since the shooting of Jacob Blake.
"I hear the community's call for more transparency, and I can tell you that body cameras will be funded next year," County Executive Jim Kreuser said.
Researchers found the personal risk associated with voting in person in Wisconsin was similar to that which comes with driving a car.
A Burlington, Wisconsin, resident filed documents to register the petition with the state's election commission last week.
The lieutenant governor said President Donald Trump's previous "incendiary remarks" made him doubt that Trump "intends to come here to be helpful."
Jacob Blake's father spoke alongside community leaders during a rally held outside a Wisconsin courthouse on Saturday.
It's not clear if the president's visit on Tuesday will include a meeting with the family of Jacob Blake, whose shooting by a police officer sparked fresh protests against police brutality.
A Black Democratic state rep in Tennessee said he's "appalled" by comparisons between today's racial unrest and Martin Luther King Jr.'s era of the Civil Rights movement.
"He's obtuse, and he doesn't get it," said one Milwaukee-area suburban resident who voted for Trump in 2016, but now says the president has failed to address racial unrest.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama said much of the racial unrest, "lack of empathy" and "systemic racism" America's children are seeing is emanating from the White House.
An extradition hearing for the 17-year-old, who faces five felony changes, is set for September 25.
"We're slowly losing a generation," Mayor John Artaramian told Newsweek, "and that's all of our faults."
After postponing playoff games on Wednesday and Thursday, the NBA has reached an agreement with players to resume the playoffs and demonstrate a greater commitment to social justice issues.
Conservatives have argued that the 17-year-old was acting in self-defense while shooting at two protesters in Kenosha.
"The voice of those people is not falling upon deaf ears. We are hearing what is being said," Chief Daniel Miskinis said on Thursday.
In the wake of the shooting of Jacob Blake and the killing of two protesters, the ACLU has called for "the immediate resignation of Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis and Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth."
Four different law enforcement groups, on Thursday, sent a letter to Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, asking him to avoid speaking on the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, "until the facts" are known.
More than 230 students and alumni of the private college signed an open letter objecting to the vice president's visit, calling it inappropriate and "disrespectful."
Two GoFundMe pages for 26-year-old Anthony Huber have raised over $78,000. The campaigns both identify Huber as being one of two victims in the Kenosha protest shooting that took place late Tuesday night.