Bombarded by ads that began last year, Wisconsin voters went again with Tammy Baldwin, a familiar figure who has been in public life for decades and has now built a personal brand that plays well around the state. Here are six takeaways from her campaign against Leah Vukmir. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin won re-election to a second term Tuesday with a victory over state Sen. Leah Vukmir that was decisive early enough to have AP call the race at 8:48 p.m. last night. Baldwin secured 55 percent of the statewide vote. > Wisconsin State Journal
On the last episode of Wedge Issues before Election Day, WisPolitics reporter Briana Reilly joins Jessie Opoien to talk about the poll numbers for Walker-Evers, Baldwin-Vukmir and Schimel-Kaul — and what they’re watching in the days before Nov. 6. You can listen here.
WisconsinEye, the state’s public affairs network, offers election resources including interviews with state and federal candidates, new conferences, rallies, debates and other election-related events online. You can peruse their entire Campaign 2018 library of videos here.
Caught between a rock named Trump and a hard place named independent voters, Wisconsin Republicans are standing by their man in the White House. > Milwaukee Magazine
With just 5 days until the election, Republican Tammy Baldwin challenger Leah Vukmir held a rally in Appleton. Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway was supposed to join her, but the campaign said Conway’s plane had mechanical issues. > ABC 2 Green Bay
As the race for Wisconsin’s U.S. Senate seat gets closer to the finish line, Republican candidate Leah Vukmir continues to attack Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s response to the 2015 scandal at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center. > Wisconsin Public Radio