Dan Deibert and I discuss the findings from the latest Marquette University Law School Poll, which were released this afternoon.
This will be the last poll before the primary, which is less than 4 weeks away (August 14).
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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Here are the cross tabs.
We covered a ton of ground in 16 minutes this morning on WTMJ radio.
For those who want to pick and choose topics, here are approximate timestamps.
3:00 Why the tax cuts are not energizing GOP voters
4:50 The Dems are all-in opposed to Foxconn
5:50 Walker’s DOT Secretary spreading the Dem message on Foxconn
6:45 It is imperative we re-elect Governor Walker
8:20 Squabbles in GOP US Senate primary not smart
10:00 Tammy Baldwin’s election year revelation
11:50 How should GOP candidates handle Trump issue?
13:30 More Foxconn discussion
14:30 Free advice
The folks at WTMJ’s Milwaukee studio called the Edge Messaging production facility in Brookfield and we discussed tonight’s looming federal government shutdown. Who wins? Who loses? Who’s to blame? Will anyone blink?
With the release of the Wisconsin Department of Justice findings regarding illegal leaks from the John Doe investigations, we now know that the partisan hacks at the GAB were even worse than imagined. I will write more about this next week, however I spoke with Steve Scaffdi of WTMJ this morning.
Take a listen. If you are at all invested in this story, or care about civil rights, liberty and keeping your government in check, it is worth your time.
It’s a story that has been close to my heart for decades.
I joined The Pundit Panel with Charlie Sykes at Insight 2016 with Brian Sikma of Media Trackers and RightWisconsin Managing Editor Collin Roth discussing a wide array of topics from local elections to the presidential primary.