Debates set for AG, 6th Congressional District races

Voters will have a chance to hear from candidates for state attorney general and 6th Congressional District at debates next month. The AG debate between Republican Brad Schimel and Democrat Josh Kaul is set for Oct. 14, while U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman and his Democratic challenger Dan Kohl will debate Oct. 23. > FOX 11 Green Bay

Kohl aims to buck district’s GOP history and Grothman’s winning record

Congressman Glenn Grothman represents a long-held Republican district in east-central Wisconsin and, including his time in the state Legislature, has a spotless 23-0 track record in elections. Yet Democrats, undaunted by history, have put Grothman’s District in their 2018 sights with challenger Dan Kohl. > Cap Times

Biden endorses Kohl in 6th District race against Grothman


Former Vice President Joe Biden has endorsed Democrat Dan Kohl in his bid to unseat incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman. Kohl’s campaign announced the endorsement Wednesday, calling Kohl an “independent voice” who can “create an economy that works for every Wisconsin family.” > AP News

State GOP leader: ‘Insanity’ for Trump to urge delaying indictment of allies

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GOP Congressman Glenn Grothman and the No. 2 Republican in the state Assembly, Jim Steineke, are among those questioning President Donald Trump’s suggestion that two of his congressional allies should not have been indicted before the midterm elections. > Wisconsin State Journal

No avoiding Trump in Glenn Grothman-Dan Kohl House race


In an election year that could swing control of the U.S. House to Democrats, Republican incumbent Rep. Glenn Grothman is facing non-profit and business executive Dan Kohl, who leads in fundraising but is trying to win a seat long dominated by the GOP. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wisconsin representatives lobby Trump administration for storm damage assistance

Three members of the state’s congressional delegation have formally requested federal aid for storm damage. U.S. Reps. Glenn Grothman and Ron Kind, as well as U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, wrote a letter to President Donald Trump requesting the aid. > FOX 11 Green Bay

Six of Wisconsin’s eight House seats are 98-100 percent safe, calculates 538

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In FiveThirtyEight‘s forecast model of the upcoming House elections, only two Wisconsin seats show any vulnerability of changing party: Glenn Grothman’s Democratic opponent, Dan Kohl, shows a 29 percent chance of winning, while Democrat Randy Bryce is calculated to have a 21 percent chance of scoring Paul Ryan’s seat.