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An expert on political statistics told a panel of federal judges on Wednesday that Wisconsin's Republican-drawn legislative map was about as biased as possible in favor of GOP candidates for the State Assembly.

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Republican aides who drew Wisconsin’s legislative map downplayed any partisan motive in court Wednesday, even as a panel of federal judges was shown evidence that GOP leaders prioritized a map that made it much harder for Democrats to win elections.

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One of the lawyers challenging Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map told a panel of federal judges Tuesday that the plan was one of the worst gerrymanders in modern American history.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

With a delegate count of 1,169 of 1,237 needed, Donald Trump will likely gain the necessary votes to win the Republican nomination for president, preventing a contested convention that some GOP leaders had hoped for. Yet, according to a recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, 60 percent of voters...

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Clerks from Cedarburg, Port Washington and Waukesha County testified in federal court on Tuesday, saying that a collection of recent election law changes have made their jobs easier.

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A federal trial begins on Tuesday in a lawsuit against Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative map, and while it's not the first such challenge, this one is unique.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Maraniss set out across the country for more than a month to figure out what the current presidential race says about the U.S. and the mood of the electorate. He said he found a similar characteristic among the people that he met at high school gyms, Rotary...

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African-Americans and Latinos make up more than half of those who obtain a free, state-issued ID card after going through a special petition process according to testimony heard in a federal trial on Monday on Wisconsin's controversial voter ID law.

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U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold made the environment a highlight of a campaign rally in South Milwaukee.

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The trial kicks off day six of nine on Monday morning.

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An expert on voter fraud testified in an ongoing federal trial on Wisconsin's voter ID law on Friday.

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Eleven people have applied to Gov. Scott Walker to fill the upcoming vacancy on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, a list that includes a former Republican lawmaker, a former aide to Walker and the current chair of the Public Service Commission.

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Eighty-five percent of people denied a state-issued ID card in Wisconsin are black or Latino, according to testimony in an ongoing federal trial on Wisconsin's new voter ID law.

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More than two dozen Republican state legislators have asked the Legislature's finance committee to release funds for a statewide voter education campaign on Wisconsin's voter ID law.

The Joy Cardin Show

As the presidential races eases closer to the general elections in November, hearsay is revolving over who presumptive nominees -- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton -- will choose as their vice presidential running mate. When it comes to Clinton's rival, presidential Democratic nominee Bernie...

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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Russ Feingold says incumbent Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is trying to "fool" voters by not endorsing apparent GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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Johnson and Feingold have drastically different opinions on the new rule.

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A federal trial looking at Wisconsin's voter ID laws got off to a dramatic start Monday as a former GOP staffer accused Republican lawmakers of intentionally trying to suppress certain voters.

The Kathleen Dunn Show

A former member of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign says he’s not supporting the presumptive Republican presidential nominee in this election cycle and if a third-party candidate doesn’t get into the race, he’ll take his support elsewhere. "If it were Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, I would...

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Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson used his speech at the Republican State Convention over the weekend to compare his current reelection campaign to the heroic passengers of United Flight 93 from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

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