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Democratic U.S. Sens. Tammy Baldwin and Elizabeth Warren are asking Wisconsinites to cast their ballots early and help get out the vote on Election Day.

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In our weekly look at top Wisconsin news stories, WPR's Capitol Bureau Chief Shawn Johnson takes a look at statewide races that will be decided on Tuesday, including some races that have tightened in the days before the election.

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The candidates for Wisconsin's 3rd Congressional District are diametrically opposed on issues like health care and trade.

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Michael White is running against Libertarian Phil Anderson, Wisconsin Party candidate Arnie Enz, Democrat Tony Evers, independent candidate Maggie Turnbull and Republican incumbent Gov. Scott Walker in the Nov. 6 election for governor.

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Wisconsin's Democratic attorney general candidate Josh Kaul has risen fast in the world of law. Voters will decide Tuesday whether he takes the next step in politics.

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U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Weston, faced off against Democratic challenger and Polk County attorney Margaret Engebretson before a crowd of roughly 200 at Lakeland Union High School in Minocqua.

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Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel is pointing to work on bipartisan issues like school safety and fighting the state's opioid epidemic in his re-election bid, but critics say he's brought too much political partisanship to the office.

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This election season Wisconsin Public Radio is going Beyond the Ballot. In this extended feature, WPR reporters explain the race for Wisconsin Attorney General. Incumbent Republican Brad Schimel faces challenger Josh Kaul, who’s a Democrat.To be part of the Beyond the Ballot project, call our hotline at 877-782-8942 or visit wpr.org/ballot .

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Health care has been a central issue in Wisconsin’s statewide races, and on Thursday, Gov. Scott Walker, an opponent of the Affordable Care Act, told reporters he would make sure that everyone living with a pre-existing condition is covered if he’s re-elected.

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In this installment of our series of interviews with Wisconsin candidates for governor, we speak with Green Party candidate Michael White.

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Candidates for governor and U.S. Senate are blanketing Wisconsin as part of a final push to Tuesday's election.

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According to a new survey, Americans are confident that their local and state officials will run next week's midterm elections smoothly and that votes will be counted accurately. However, they're not as sure about elections across the country. They're also deeply concerned about whether the...

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With Election Day next Tuesday, we break down everything you need to know about early voting with the administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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Reid Magney, public information officer for the Wisconsin Elections Commission , said they fielded several calls from constituents, asking if they had endorsed Gov. Scott Walker They issued a statement to clarify that, no, they had not.

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Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger, Tony Evers, are locked in a dead heat as the governor's race heads into it's final days.

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As the race for Wisconsin's U.S. Senate seat gets closer to the finish line, Republican candidate Leah Vukmir continues to attack Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's response to the 2015 scandal at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

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In less than a week Wisconsin voters will go to the polls to cast their ballot for one of the six candidates running to be governor of Wisconsin.

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Democratic candidate for governor Tony Evers started receiving security protection from the Wisconsin State Patrol following an unspecified "issue" from the weekend.

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Wisconsin's next governor will set the agenda for state government, but how much he's able to accomplish will depend in large part on who controls the legislature. That's put a spotlight on a handful of competitive Senate races around Wisconsin.

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U.S. House Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Weston, is being challenged by Democrat and Polk County attorney Margaret Engebretson and Ken Driessen, of Hayward, who is running as a direct participatory democracy candidate.

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