Brookfield, Wis. —
The Marquette University Law School released a new pollWednesday
that has the Wisconsin Senate race within two points among likely voters with Tammy Baldwin at 49 percent and Leah Vukmir at 47 percent.
“Despite already spending $5 million on political commercials, Two-Faced Tammy Baldwin is in the fight of her life because she clearly represents the far-left of the Democratic Party supporting socialized health care, the Iran nuclear deal, and refusing to fund a border wall,” Leah Vukmir campaign manager Jess Ward said. “This poll shows momentum continues to build for Wisconsin’s Leah Vukmir, a nurse and military mom who will enact an economic agenda that will lower taxes, reduce regulations, create jobs and put America first.”
The margin of error for likely voters was 4.5 percent. Leah won the Republican primary for U.S. Senate last week Tuesday.