GREEN BAY, Wis. — First lady Jill Biden is set to visit the Badger State in the Biden administration’s latest voter outreach initiative, according to the White House.

She’ll visit Green Bay Thursday, June 13 as a part of the Seniors for Biden-Harris effort, which aims to target older voters in a blend of rallies and events like bingo and pickleball. The event is scheduled to take place around 1:45 p.m.

Jill Biden will visit several other battleground states as a part of the campaign, including Minnesota, California, Nevada and Arizona.

There are over 10 million senior voters in battleground states. According to the administration, seniors played a key role in electing President Joe Biden in 2020.

It will be the first lady’s fourth visit to Wisconsin in 2024 and her sixth in the 2024 campaign cycle. Her last visit was a trip to Milwaukee, where she spoke at Festa Italiana on May 31.

The White House did not release any further information on the event.