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The Joy Cardin Show

While presidential debates don't often change public opinion, the upcoming debate between nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may have an effect, one pollster says.

WPR News

The latest Marquette University Law School poll found Democrats hanging onto their leads in the presidential and U.S. Senate races in Wisconsin.

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The Dane County Clerk proposed the study because he believes there's a lack of hard data about impact of voter ID legislation.

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The State Elections Commission said it's received a couple dozen forms from people who mistakenly think they're registering to vote.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

Political Scientist Lilly Goren says the controversy surrounding how both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump managed their respective charitable foundations will most likely be more damaging to Clinton because it speaks to the Democratic nominee's biggest weakness — trust.

WPR News

Saukville GOP Sen. Duey Stroebel shot back at Republican who have been critical of Gov. Scott Walker's proposed transportation budget.

Central Time

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump have vastly different takes on many of the big issues in this election year, including the economy, national security, and education. But the candidates do have one thing in common: they both struggle to attract...

WPR News

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson wants to allow people to use government subsidies to buy health insurance outside the marketplace. The marketplace is part of the Affordable Care Act and with fewer insurers, consumers could face higher prices.

WPR News

State Public Schools Superintendent Tony Evers delivered his annual State of Education address Thursday.

Central Time

Governor Scott Walker introduced his transportation budget proposal on Wednesday. But how will the proposed budget fair in the state legislature? We'll speak with Jason Stein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to find out.

Central Time

Leaked documents from the John Doe investigations bring up a lot of big questions about the American political process, reporter says.

WPR News

Gov. Scott Walker declined to say Thursday whether he’s still raising money for the Wisconsin Club for Growth after leaked documents show he worked extensively with the group in 2011 and 2012 during the recall election. Walker called the documents "old news."

Central Time

As election 2016 makes the turn into its final eight weeks, we check in on the latest in the Senate race between incumbent Ron Johnson and former US Senator Russ Feingold.

WPR News

The state Department of Transportation has released a budget proposal that would cut $447.4 million from state highway programs but provide nearly $70 million more for maintenance and $65 million more for local governments.

WPR News

Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling is accusing Republican state senators Luther Olsen and Sheila Harsdorf of voting in favor of lead paint laws in return for industry campaign contributions.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

With mud being slung from both presidential candidates and campaigns, Maureen Dowd, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, said to "get ready for the wildest 56 days we are ever going to see, and possibly the meanest."

WPR News

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, Russ Feingold, and national president of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, talked to women Wednesday at Ground Zero Coffee about women's health issues.

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Newly leaked documents from the John Doe 2 investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign show Walker and his fundraisers approached a host of corporate leaders about donating money to the conservative group Wisconsin Club for Growth.

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Wisconsin must update the federal court on its voter ID education efforts by Thursday, Sept. 22.

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Wisconsin is one of 30 states with a Republican-led state Senate and Assembly, the highest level ever, according to a new report.

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