Sanders rallies Wisconsin voters before Trump, Obama visits

Former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders urged college students and other supporters Monday at an early-voting rally on the UW-Milwaukee campus to throw Gov. Scott Walker out of office and re-elect Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin. > AP News

Gubernatorial candidates react to President Trump’s upcoming visit


Both Gov. Scott Walker and his Democratic challenger, Tony Evers, shared their views while campaigning Saturday about President Trump’s upcoming visit to central Wisconsin. > WSAU Radio Wausau

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

Advisers telling Trump not to campaign for Walker because he is going to lose

President Donald Trump is scheduled to campaign for Walker in Mosinee on Wednesday. But Trump’s advisers have tried to dissuade him from going, with the argument that it’s a waste of time since they believe Gov. Scott Walker will lose to Tony Evers, the Washington Post reported Thursday > Wisconsin State Journal

How Scott Walker is trying to withstand a Wisconsin ‘blue wave’

The Washington Post‘s “Daily 202” takes a look at Scott Walker’s bid for a third term, a campaign that has him alternately likening himself to Aaron Rodgers and a underdog swimming against the tide.

Donald Trump and Scott Walker to hold rally next week near Wausau

President Donald Trump will hold a campaign rally next week near Wausau to urge Wisconsinites to preserve Republican control of Congress in the Nov. 6 midterm elections. He’ll be joined by Gov. Scott Walker, who’s locked in a tough re-election battle with Democratic State Superintendent Tony Evers. > Chippewa Herald

Leah Vukmir peddling Donald Trump’s snake oil

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When U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and her conservative challenger, Leah Vukmir, faced off  in their first debate, Vukmir’s talking points on health care came straight from the president, who is claiming that building on the successful model of Medicare “would eviscerate Medicare.” > Cap Times