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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold says it may be a good idea to end the Clinton Foundation if Hillary Clinton becomes president.

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Elbows continue flying in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race, with Democrat Russ Feingold attacking Republican Ron Johnson on trade deal stances and a pro-Johnson super PAC getting set to air attack ads hitting Feingold on his national security record.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

For months, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been claiming the election process is rigged, suggesting there might be large amounts of voter impersonation. But a professor at Ohio State University says not only are Trump's allegations largely false, they're fueling growing distrust of American democracy.

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Nearly 1.4 million unregistered voters can expect a postcard from the Wisconsin Election Commission in early October.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

Former NPR CEO Ken Stern says by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump put the alt-right movement in the spotlight by tapping the head of Breitbart News, Steve Bannon.

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After GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has garnered low approval ratings from Wisconsin women in recent polls, he has released a list of Wisconsin women who support him in his bid for president.

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Just two of the six members of the state's new Ethics Commission voted to consider banning its members from contributing to political campaigns.

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The 7th U.S. Circuit Court in Chicago ruled Monday to allow early voting in Wisconsin to continue.

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An earlier fall primary and the striking down of early voting restrictions have opened the door to clerks looking to start in-person absentee voting even earlier in Wisconsin.

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Gov. Scott Walker says he still thinks Donald Trump can win the presidency if he gets voters to focus on him instead of a flurry of what Walker calls "sideshow" issues.

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The City of Madison will begin extended in-person absentee voting hours next month, following a federal court ruling in a sweeping election law challenge.

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump made several stops in Milwaukee on Tuesday, including a town hall and private meeting with Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke to discuss the unrest the city has recently seen.

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U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson says he trusts Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with the United States' nuclear arsenal and blames what he calls liberal policies for the violence and poverty in Milwaukee.

Central Time

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's numerous campaign stops in the state show Trump is putting Wisconsin at the top of his list of states to win, says Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's chief political reporter.

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Former U.S. Senator Russ Feingold asked lawmakers to prioritize economic growth in Milwaukee at a press conference Monday in Madison. The comments come two days after the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith in Milwaukee’s Sherman Park neighborhood.

The Joy Cardin Show

Donald Trump might be slipping in the polls, but a Wisconsin professor and Trump supporter believes he can win the November presidential election if he gains the support of the WOW counties, which are Republican strong holds.

Here and Now

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has increased her lead over Republican rival Donald Trump among registered voters in Wisconsin according to the most recent Marquette University Law School poll. Clinton has a 10 point lead over Trump statewide. Poll Director Charles Franklin noted she is even leading by a small margin in the typically Republican-voting Milwaukee suburbs.

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Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence held a town hall meeting in La Crosse Thursday, urging voters to take an active role in the election.

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Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence spoke to crowds in La Crosse and Milwaukee on Thursday. He urged people to take an active role in the election and spoke about how he and his running mate, GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, are the right choice come November.

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Wisconsin Democratic Party Chair Martha Laning on Thursday criticized the economic policies presented by the GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence. Pence was scheduled to make campaign stops Thursday in La Crosse and Milwaukee.

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