‘Scott Walker fatigue’ haunts Republicans

The signs that Walker is ripe to be taken down are everywhere. His opponent, Schools Superintendent Tony Evers, has a slight lead in recent polls and there’s evidence that critical suburban voters are shifting leftward. > POLITICO 

Even in polarized, partisan Wisconsin, swing voters exist and will be heard from this fall


Wisconsin voters appear to be as polarized as they could possibly be going into the 2018 election, seemingly split between two warring tribes who vote in lockstep. But about 30 percent of the electorate is made up of soft partisans, who, when pressed, admit they lean toward one party or the other and usually vote that way. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel