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October 14, 2016

Harris, Feyen Face Off In Competitive State Senate District

Republican Dan Feyen and Democrat Mark Harris are attempting to fill an open seat in the Fond du Lac area. The race took a tragic turn this week after the the death of sitting Republican State Sen. Rick Gudex.

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October 14, 2016

Marquette Poll Director Discusses Latest Results

Charles Franklin is the director of the Marquette Law School Poll. This week's poll found a tightening race between incumbent U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and competitor Russ Feingold. The poll also found a dramatic drop in support of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump after the release of audio footage from 2005 where he talks about women in a vulgar way.

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October 14, 2016

State Voter ID Laws To Stay In Place For November Election

A federal judge declined a request to halt Wisconsin's voter ID law next month. He did, however, criticize the state for not doing enough to educate voters who struggle submitting the documents they need to get a free voter ID. The request came after reports finding DMV employees gave some of those voters wrong information.

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October 14, 2016

Here and Now #1516 — Full Episode

Michael Wager, a UW journalism professor, discusses US Senate debate. Marquette Law School poll director Charles Franklin talks about the results from his latest poll and WPT reporter Zac Schultz analyzes the competitive 18th state Senate district.

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October 7, 2016

Russ Feingold, U.S Senate candidate - full interview

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold talks about multiple issues: why he is running, jobs and the economy, trade, social security, health care, women's health, national security, immigration, education, national debt, campaign finance, veterans and gun control. And provides two words to describe each of the presidential candidates.

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October 7, 2016

Ron Johnson, incumbent U.S. Senate candidate-full interview

Republican incumbent U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson talks about multiple issues: why he is running, jobs and the economy, trade, social security, health care, women's health, national security, immigration, education, national debt, campaign finance and gun control. And provides two words to describe the presidential candidates.

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October 7, 2016

Phil Anderson, U.S Senate candidate - full interview

Libertarian U.S. Senate candidate Phil Anderson talks about multiple issues: why he is running, jobs and the economy, trade, social security, health care, women's health, national security, local communities taking action, immigration, education, national debt, campaign finance, veterans and gun control. And provides two words to describe the presidential candidates.

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October 7, 2016

Here and Now #1515 — Full Episode

Wisconsin's U.S. Senate candidates talk about why they're running for office. Democratic nominee Russ Feingold will face off against incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. They sat down to explain their positions on the economy, social security, health care, national security, education, gun control, campaign finance and the national debt, among others.

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September 30, 2016

PolitiFact Editor On Fact Checks In State's Eighth District

Greg Borowski is a managing editor at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He looks into claims about social security from candidates in the state's 8th congressional district. Democrat Tom Nelson and Republican Mike Gallagher are running for the seat after Rep. Reid Ribble's retirement.

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September 30, 2016

Wisconsin Calls Health Advisory On Opioid Use

Karen McKeown is the Wisconsin State Health Officer. Officials decided to call for the advisory after reviewing the severity of the opioid abuse crisis in the state. According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, there were over 600 opioid-related in the state in 2015.

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