The latest Marquette University Law School Poll is out, and we’re talking numbers, trends and outliers in this quick video podcast. Talk of a Blue Wave hitting Wisconsin is a bit premature, and while results of this poll are mixed, overall both Scott Walker and Tammy Baldwin have more reasons to like them than fear them. Details, here:
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While the GOP Senate candidates and their teams are busy squabbling (online and in the press) over what a “true conservative” is, the incumbent Democrat is talking about key issues that matter to 100% of the state’s voters.
Quibble if you think she’s ignoring her own problems on this issue while exploiting a personal situation for political gain if you want, but you can’t deny two things. 1) She’s reaching out and delivering her message to a wider audience than the GOP candidates are; and, 2) This is a powerful ad.
I’ve worked against and voted against Tammy Baldwin since she first ran for local government in Madison. But you can’t deny she’s a savvy campaigner who is almost always on message.
By now you’ve no doubt heard the news that Speaker Paul Ryan has announced he will not be seeking re-election this fall, saying he would like to spend more time being a husband and father. WTMJ 620’s Steve Scafiddi called me today to get my take on the whole thing. You can listen to the segment below.
The new Marquette University Law School poll out today had some interesting results. I broke it all down during a Facebook Live including the findings on Foxconn, President Trump, Governor Walker, Senator Baldwin and more.
Lisa Manna interviewed me for our latest EdgeCast about Sen. Tammy Baldwin releasing two new ads today. We break down the ads, including the overall messaging strategy of the incumbent Democrat as we forecast the next few months of the race.
Milwaukee radio host Steve Scaffidi had me on his show this morning. We spent the time talking about the Wisconsin Supreme Court election, Wisconsin legislative accomplishments and strikeouts, Minimum Markup, transportation, arming teachers and of course, Donald Trump.
You can listen to the segment here.