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Coming up July 22, 2016 | Anchor Frederica Freyberg talks to WPR's Shawn Johnson who reports from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross and Managing Partner of Capitol Consultants Bill McCoshen provide partisan analysis of convention events, and U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisc., about new anti-poverty plan and next week's Democratic Convention
WPR's Shawn Johnson shares insight from events in Ohio from the past few days. He reflects on crowd reactions and speakers, as well as what's next for the Republican Party. Gov. Scott Walker spoke out in support of Republican nominee Donald Trump at the convention.
The Democratic National Convention will take place in Philadelphia next week. Hillary Clinton is expected to be named the Democratic nominee for president. Baldwin, along with Cory Booker, D-New Jersey, recently introduced a new anti-poverty plan, called The Stronger Way Act, that would provide federal support for state and local poverty fighting programs.
Scot Ross is the executive director of One Wisconsin Now and Bill McCoshen is the managing partner of Capitol Consultants. They provide partisan analysis of recent convention events, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's performance and Gov. Scott Walker's role in the election.
WPR's Shawn Johnson reports from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross and Managing Partner of Capitol Consultants Bill McCoshen provide partisan analysis of convention events. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wisc., discusses new anti-poverty plan and previews next week's Democratic Convention.
A new poll from the Marquette Law School shows that out of the registered voters in the state, 43 percent supported presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, while only 37 percent supported the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. But both candidates are seen as unfavorable to Wisconsin's voters, with a 63 percent unfavorable rating for Trump and 58 percent for Clinton.TRANSCRIPT
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