Duffy, Engebretson debate health care, guns, Trump’s rhetoric

U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy faced off against Democratic challenger and Polk County attorney Margaret Engebretson Thursday night in Minocqua, in their first and only debate for the 7th Congressional District just days before the general election. > Wisconsin Public Radio

In final debate Tony Evers says Wisconsin could have a $15 minimum wage in his first term


Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers said during Friday night’s second and final debate with Republican Gov. Scott Walker that Wisconsin could increase its minimum wage to $15 an hour by the end of his first term. > Wisconsin State Journal

AP fact check: Walker, Evers make misleading debate claims

Gov. Scott Walker and state schools chief Tony Evers, who is leading or neck-and-neck with Walker in opinion polls, met for their final debate in Milwaukee Friday night. AP News takes A look at each of their claims during the debate.

Walker, Evers debate UW tuition, health care and climate change


While much of the debate Friday night between Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers saw the candidates retread familiar themes, they also touched on issues that haven’t received as much attention during the race, including climate change and immigration. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Walker, Evers to hold final debate Friday


Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Tony Evers meet Friday night for their second and final debate with the election just over a week away. Polls show the race to be a dead heat. AP News runs through five things to watch for.

Candidates for Ryan’s seat sound off on tough issues at college forum

Though the three candidates for Paul Ryan’s seat — Democrat Randy Bryce, Republican Bryan Steil and independent Dr. Ken Yorgan — shared the stage at a forum at Carthage College Tuesday evening, they could not have been further apart when it came to wages, medical marijuana, immigration, sexual harassment, and criminal justice. > Kenosha News