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Poll shows close Feingold race

The first nonpartisan poll in a while shows Feingold only trailing by two points. Is it harder to judge a "likely voter" in Wisconsin when we have same-day registration? >More
 The long road to the gavel for Tammy Baldwin

Congress is slowly turning away from the archaic practices that reward the senile and inhibit the young and energetic. However, the seniority system is still a barrier to power for many in the House, including six-term incumbent Rep. Tammy Baldwin. >More
 Brunch Links: October 19

Les meilleurs sandwichs au monde accompanies today's run-down of local and state affairs. >More
 Chad Lee disappoints on foreign policy

Chad Lee's nonanswers on many foreign policy questions gives a look into broader election year trends, in which the GOP is banking on concerns about the economy, and hoping to dodge confronting the foreign policy that defined the party during the Bush era. >More
 Who supports 'Moving Wisconsin Forward'?

Just passed a large rally at the Capitol to "Move Wisconsin Forward." Who are these people? A Google search yields too very different possible answers. >More
 Brunch Links: October 15

A delicious round-up of local and state news items for your mid-morning political fix. >More
 Janesville newspaper urges young not to vote

Read this editorial from the Janesville Messenger and it will have you wishing the crusty old media of yore. >More
 The art of the negative attack in Wisconsin

Attacks are necessary in politics, but some of them are more effective than others. And some hurt the accuser more than the target. If Russ Feingold is to win re-election, he'll have to figure out how to make effective attacks. >More
 Brunch Links: October 14

Get your local and state news accompanied by a delicious local or state delicacy. >More
 Why is Feingold tied in northeastern Wisconsin?

Even if Feingold gets smoked, he will likely win more than Milwaukee and Dane Counties. How is that possible? >More
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