Libertarian Gary Johnson is making a campaign stop in MN this week

He's hosting a #YouIn event at Canterbury Park.

Libertarian Gary Johnson is stopping by Minnesota.

The governor of New Mexico is touring the United States hosting #YouIns, and he'll be stopping at Canterbury Park in Shakopee on Thursday, a Facebook event says.

The campaign rally is a chance for people to get to know more about Johnson and his work as governor, with the Facebook event saying people can come "see why Johnson/Weld are rapidly gaining support as the sane choices for president and vice president."

The family-friendly event is free and open to the public – you don't have to RSVP, but are encouraged to do so. Doors open at 5 p.m., with the rally starting at 6 p.m. A cash bar will be available.

Johnson's visit comes the same week as two other politicians plan to visit Minnesota. Green Party candidate Jill Stein is scheduled to speak at Macalester College on Wednesday, while Vice President Joe Biden will visit Duluth Friday to campaign for Democrat Hillary Clinton and Eighth Congressional District incumbent Rep. Rick Nolan, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

As for Republican Donald Trump, the Minnesota Republican Party's website doesn't list any events planned prior to the election.

Johnson and the polls

About 6 percent of those polled in Minnesota and the United States support Johnson, according to recent polls. Here are some of them:

KSTP-SurveyUSA poll released in late September shows 6 percent of Minnesotans support Johnson, while 2 percent support Green Party candidate Jill Stein, 39 percent back Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton leads with 46 percent.

Similar polling is reflected in RealClear Politics average poll, which shows 6.1 percent of Americans are behind Johnson. Stein has the support of 2 percent of voters, 39.2 percent support Trump and 45 percent back Clinton.

A new ABC News tracking poll released Sunday shows Johnson with 5 percent, Stein with 2 percent, Trump with 38 percent and Clinton with 50 percent.

To find news, commentary, and local events leading up to the 2016 election, head to Go Vote MN.

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