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U.S. Rep Mark Pocan says dysfunction in the Republican Party in the House is more responsible for inaction than disagreements between Democrats and Republicans.

WPR News

A Wisconsin woman who was a delegate at the 2016 Democratic National Convention says Hillary Clinton's historic nomination as president shows how far women have come.

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A Washington Post reporter was not allowed to enter Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence's campaign event in Waukesha on Wednesday, authorities said.

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A lack of high-profile primary races will allow turnout to sag for the August primary, according to Wisconsin election officials.

The Joy Cardin Show

Wisconsin superdelegate Christine Bremer Muggli claims supporters of former presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will vote for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in the general election November 2016.

PBS Newshour

Senator Tammy Baldwin, interviewed by NPR's Rachel Martin on the floor at the Democratic National Convention, said that despite the state's primary vote for Bernie Sanders, all Wisconsin's Democrats are ready to work together.

WPR News

A Wisconsin delegate calls Wednesday night's endorsement speech of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton by President Barack Obama one of the most encouraging speeches of Obama's presidency.

WPR News

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton takes the stage Thursday night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia for the biggest speech of her political career. She’s hoping to electrify Democrats, but that goal has so far eluded her in Wisconsin.

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Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence was in Wisconsin on Wednesday to kick off a series of campaign events in battleground states.

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Some diehard Bernie Sanders supporters in Wisconsin's DNC delegation are continuing to make their opinions heard in Philadelphia. Backers shouted down U.S. Rep. Ron Kind over his support of a Pacific trade deal during his remarks to the delegation Wednesday.

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Most Bernie Sanders delegates have been cheering Hillary Clinton as the Democratic National Convention continues in Philadelphia. But a smaller group of so-called "Bernie or Bust" delegates remain, including in Wisconsin. For many Clinton supporters, this convention is a historic celebration and...

The Joy Cardin Show

Prominent conservative and liberal activists in Wisconsin have very different takes on Gov. Scott Walker’s recent pick for the state’s next state Supreme Court justice. Walker named Waukesha attorney Dan Kelly to the high court last week. He'll take over for Justice David Prosser, who's retiring on...

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Most delegates for former presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders from Wisconsin said they're now supporting Hillary Clinton as the Democrats nominee for president.

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U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders paid a visit to the Wisconsin delegation at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday morning, telling them that defeating Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is key to continuing their political revolution.

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Wisconsin U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy is calling out Democrats for "disarray" at their party convention.

The Joy Cardin Show

We wrap up our candidate interviews for the Democratic primary in Wisconsin’s seventh Congressional district - a seat held by Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy - with a conversation with Mary Hoeft.

The Joy Cardin Show

Our series of candidate interviews continues when we talk with Joel Lewis, one of two candidates running in the Democratic primary for Wisconsin’s seventh Congressional district - a seat held by Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy.

WPR News

Democrats meeting at the National Convention in Philadelphia have voted to keep the superdelegate as part of it's nominating process.

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Former Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will speak to the Wisconsin delegation at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday morning.

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Wisconsin’s Democratic Party chair Martha Laning says the email leak controversy involving the Democratic National Committee won’t hurt party unity this November. But her vice chair, David Bowen -- the lone Wisconsin superdelegate who announced his support earlier this year for presidential canddiate Bernie Sanders -- says it certainly won't help either.

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