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Marquette Law School Pollster Charles Franklin shares results from latest poll.
UW-Madison political science professor Ken Mayer on federal campaign finance laws.
Spokesperson for Clinton's Wisconsin campaign and Wisconsin Women for Trump candidate
State superintendent Tony Evers describes challenges for public K12 schools.
Two mayors describe their opinions about the Waukesha water diversion plan.
Mayor Tom Barrett and state Rep. LaTonya Johnson, D-Milwuakee, on unrest in the city.
UW System President Ray Cross and state Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, and UW System
UW-Stout Chanellor Bob Meyer on Gov. Scott Walker's proposed tuition freeze extension.
Debrell Carr is a 13-year-old at Verona Area High School who dreams of others his age.
This week's poll found Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton holding onto a narrow lead.
Chris Wells studied the Republican presidential nominee's relationship with the press.
Professor Mike Wagner explains what to look out for in the upcoming presidential debate.
Ed Pilkington's story this week shed light on Wisconsin John Doe Investigations.
Patrick Jones is the CEO of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association.
Ken Mayer is a professor of political science at UW-Madison.
Frank Frassetto is with the state Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
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