Campaigns put Wisconsin voters in the spotlight

  • Article by: JENNIFER BROOKS , Star Tribune
  • Updated: October 27, 2012 - 3:44 PM

Weary voters in a critical swing state fight the ground war, one yard sign and robo call at a time.

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duckhunter97Oct. 26, 12 9:51 PM

I laugh at Sconni's a lot but at least they are a swing state. This state will pull the DFL lever no matter who they run out there.

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dflleftOct. 26, 1211:28 PM

obama now trying to defend Wisconsin....ijust laugh as this poor excuse of a president starts flailing around.

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chickfilaOct. 27, 12 1:29 AM

"This state will pull the DFL lever no matter who they run out there." ________ Just like they did when leftist union thugs tried to remove Governor Walker and failed miserably? The people of Wisconsin will do the right thing again and vote for Romney/Ryan.

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tpods1Oct. 27, 12 5:38 AM

Wisconsin has a chance to do something very special and finally turn the light away from Ohio. I just can't see Wisconsin rewarding poor performance

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chickfilaOct. 27, 12 7:22 AM

"Wisconsin has a chance to do something very special and finally turn the light away from Ohio. I just can't see Wisconsin rewarding poor performance" _________ Some polls even have Minnesota in play for Romney. It would be great Minnesota could show the rest of the country that we selected the President who turned things around like Reagan did, instead of 4 more years of failed economy killing policies.

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aarghmebuckoOct. 27, 12 7:36 AM

If the Veep candidate wasn't a Janesville boy, there would be no contest in WI, just as there is no contest in MN, despite Chickfila's wished dreamings. Romney may have been better off adding a hometown boy from Akron to his ticket.

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chickfilaOct. 27, 12 7:38 AM

This election could be a landslide for Romney. Things look better for him every day while the Obama Regime is falling apart over things like the Libya scandal/cover-up and continued economic trouble.

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ivehaditOct. 27, 12 8:22 AM

chick: "failed economy killing policies." Those policies happened under Bush. He's the one who cause the loss of over 8 million jobs from 2008 through 2009 before the stimulus turned things around. Since then Obama's policies have added over 4 million private sector jobs. Heaven help us if we return to the policies of the right which led us to the brink of a Second Great Republican Depression.

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rickbmnOct. 27, 1210:12 AM

Sounds like our neighbors to the east have are coming to their senses. Wish more here in MN would come to their senses!

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johneramone4Oct. 27, 1210:43 AM

Up five on Gallup and four on Rasmussen just 10 days before the election. Wisconsin is going Romney as is Ohio. President Romney. I just love the sound of it.

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