Baldwin, Vukmir weigh in on foreign policy in final debate


U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin squared off with Republican challenger state Sen. Leah Vukmir in a final debate Friday night in Milwaukee. During the campaign, the two have focused on health care, veterans issues and immigration, and did so again during the hour-long debate, while also weighing in on trade, NATO and President Trump. > Wisconsin Public Radio

In first debate, Walker, Evers spar on taxes, drunk driving, immigration and health care

Gov. Scott Walker asked voters to let him keep leading what he called the state’s economic turnaround, while his Democratic opponent, state Superintendent Tony Evers, vowed to change Walker’s approach of putting his political ambitions ahead of Wisconsinites. The exchange came during the candidates’ first debate, held Friday night in Madison. > Wisconsin State Journal

Steil, Bryce highlight personal differences in 1st Congressional District debate

Republican Bryan Steil and Democrat Randy Bryce, candidates for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District, spent Friday evening facing off in a sometimes feisty debate in Oak Creek accompanied by vocal supporters on both sides. Steil and Bryce are competing to fill the seat being vacated by U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Obama set to campaign in Wisconsin next week


Former President Barack Obama is scheduled to campaign in Wisconsin Friday on behalf of the state’s Democratic candidates. He’ll campaign in Milwaukee with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers, U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and Randy Bryce, a Democrat running to fill outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan’s seat. > AP News

Trump to stump for Vukmir in Wisconsin, but not Walker

President Donald Trump is coming to central Wisconsin on Oct. 24 for a campaign rally, but don’t expect Scott Walker to be seen with him. The visit announcement says Trump will talk about the need for voters to expand Republican majorities in the House and Senate, and only mentions supporting Republican Leah Vukmir. > Wisconsin Gazette

What to watch for in first Walker-Evers debate tonight

Gov. Scott Walker and Democrat Tony Evers, the state superintendent, will meet tonight for their first debate. Walker and Evers are locked in a tight battle for governor with the election just over two weeks away. See AP News for the top five things to watch for tonight.

5 things to watch for tonight in final Baldwin-Vukmir debate

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Republican challenger Leah Vukmir will meet tonight for their third and final debate before the Nov. 6 election. With Baldwin leading in the polls, the debate at the Marquette University Law School gives Vukmir a final chance to differentiate herself from Baldwin. AP News highlights some things to watch for.