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October 5
· One Wisconsin Institute asks for voter ID law to be suspended
The One Wisconsin Institute is seeking suspension of the state’s voter ID laws following reports of ... <more>

· Charlie Sykes to leave WTMJ radio show in December

· Democrats hope Sanders can shore up Clinton with young voters

· DMV administrators say voter ID process is 'sound,' workers being retrained

· Johnson prepares for debates

· UW officials propose 1 more year of tuition freeze, then small increase in 2018-19

· WED AM Update: One Wisconsin seeks suspension of voter ID law

October 4
· Clinton, Trump campaigns see less money coming from big Wisconsin donors
Wisconsin's big donors to Barack Obama and Mitt Romney from the summer of 2012 are donating signific... <more>

· TUE PM Update: DCCC pulls more ads for Nelson; Johnson, Grothman, others start new spots

· Conservative Milwaukee talk radio host Sykes leaving air

· Did Supreme Court drop Scott Walker probe because it's shorthanded?

· Johnson campaigns at Janesville plant

· Madison Mayor Soglin proposes $299.5 million operating budget for 2017

· Radio host Charlie Sykes stepping away from the mic

· Report: 7 Wisconsin DMVs gave false voter ID info

· Ryan in Michigan: Trump tax story not a big deal

· Ryan sets October blitz for down-ballot Republicans

· Widening race? National Republicans, Democrats cancel U.S. Senate ads in Wisconsin

· With Trump, Sanders visits, presidential campaigns put focus on Wisconsin

· TUE AM Update: New Nelson ad; legislative committee to consider extending temporary voter ID rule

October 3
· 'UpFront': Johnson says Senate race closer than polls suggest
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, says his race against former Dem U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold is closer... <more>

· MON PM Update: John Doe targets to seek return of seized documents after U.S. Supreme Court rejects prosecutors’ appeal

· National Republicans cancel U.S. Senate ads in Wisconsin

· Feingold fights to win back Senate seat, in critical rematch

· Gary Johnson drawing votes from both Trump, Clinton

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