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Warren, Feingold rally 1,000-plus at Overture Center

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., visited Madison Friday in an effort to rally younger voters around Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold. Feingold, who is locked in a tight race with incumbent Republican Ron Johnson, appeared hand-in-hand with Warren in front of a packed crowd at the Overture Center. “I’m here because Russ ... is a champion of justice,” Warren told the assembled crowd of roughly 1,000. While the event was intended to promote early voting, the two also took aim at Johnson and Republican nominee Donald Trump. “The Ronald and the Donald show—don’t let it happen,” Feingold implored, with Warren calling the business mogul a “sleazeball.” “This is now Donald Trump's party, and the party now reflects Donald Trump," Warren said. Little has changed in the Senate race since the last time Warren visited campus a year ago.


The poll was taken prior to the release of Trump’s crude remarks regarding women.
STATE NEWS

Clinton polls four points ahead in Wisconsin

Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump by four points in Wisconsin, 43 percent to 39 percent, according to a recent CBS News poll. Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson is also polling at 4 percent of eligible voters in Wisconsin, and 11 percent are still undecided.


State Sen. Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, blasted Republicans in a press release Wednesday. 
STATE NEWS

Kapanke challenges Shilling in state Senate rematch

Each week, The Daily Cardinal will be taking a look at down-ballot races throughout the state. This week we look to the 32nd Senate district in La Crosse where Republican Dan Kapanke and Democrat Jennifer Shilling are locked in a rematch. Republican candidate Dan Kapanke is challenging Democratic incumbent Jennifer Shilling in a rematch for state Senate District 32.


Majority Speaker Rep. Robin Vos, R-Rochester, sent a letter to Evers “respectfully demanding” he change the special election date of former U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy’s Congressional seat. 
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Republican legislator continues push for more conservative speakers on campus

State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, continued to emphasize the need for the UW System to bring more conservative speakers to its campuses in an interview on WISN Sunday. Vos says he has gotten some pushback from liberals, but thinks there is an overall consensus on the issue. “I think by and large most people recognize that we have a problem in higher education with trying to foster ideas on both sides of the aisle,” Vos said in the interview.


Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has indicated that he will push to continue the in-state tuition freeze at UW System schools in the next state budget.
STATE NEWS

Walker suggests extended UW tuition freeze, no increase in funds for system

Gov. Scott Walker has indicated a desire to continue a freeze on in-state tuition at UW System schools, according to a letter released to state agencies last month. In the document, Walker said his 2017-’19 biennium budget proposal would freeze tuition to help preserve the accessibility of higher education in the Badger State “To build on our commitment to student success, we must extend the tuition freeze,” Walker wrote in the July 25 letter.


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