MADISON – Today, a new independent public poll commissioned by Marquette University Law School showed that the Wisconsin Primary Senate race remains wide open as 36% of voters remain undecided. Meanwhile, Godlewski leads Ron Johnson in a head-to-head match-up at 45% to 43%

“As we enter the final weeks of the primary, this race is still wide open and Sarah continues to steadily grow in the polls and gain momentum on the ground,” said Sarah Abel, spokesperson for the Sarah for Wisconsin campaign. “With ‘undecided’ leading the field by a healthy margin and Sarah beating Ron Johnson in multiple head-to-head polls, buckle up for the final push – Sarah’s fight to lower household costs, protect reproductive freedom, reduce the cost of prescription drugs, and bring common sense to the U.S. Senate is the best way to end Ron Johnson’s MAGA extremist career in November.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Godlewski is beating Ron Johnson in multiple head-to-head public polls.

  • After inflation, abortion policy is the number one polling issue for Wisconsinites. With a final decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade looming, Godlewski – the only woman in the race – has best positioned herself as the candidate who will prioritize abortion access.
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