Nicholson makes veteran health care a priority

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RepublicanU.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson says one of his priorities if elected is to focus on improving health care for veterans. A former Marine, Nicholson faces a challenge from state Sen. Leah Vukmir for the Republican nomination, with the winner of the August primary facing U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin in November. > ABC 19 La Crosse

Wisconsin GOP launching statewide radio ad to boost Vukmir

A little more than a week after its members voted to endorse state Sen. Leah Vukmir in the U.S. Senate primary, the Republican Party of Wisconsin is launching a statewide radio ad to promote the Brookfield Republican. > Cap Times

Vukmir: State GOP unity essential

About a week after winning the official endorsement of the Republican Party of Wisconsin, state Sen. Leah Vukmir made a stop Monday in Eau Claire, where she met with supporters and talked about the need to reinforce the GOP. “I hope that we can unify together and keep our focus on Tammy,” Vukmir said. > Eau Claire Leader-Telegram

Vukmir’s and Nicholson’s support for strict abortion bans

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The Republicans running for Tammy Baldwin’ U.S. Senate seat – state Sen. Leah Vukmir and businessman Kevin Nicholson – support banning abortion with no exceptions and placing new restrictions on stem cell research, based on their answers to a candidate survey that won them a perfect rating from the group Pro-Life Wisconsin. > AP News

PolitiFact calls ‘Pants on Fire’ on Vukmir’s claims about how Baldwin feels about terrorists

PolitiFact Wisconsin digs into state Sen. Leah Vukmir’s statement that U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, who Vukmir seeks to unseat in November, is “more worried about the mastermind of 9/11” than supporting CIA director nominee Gina Haspel.

Vukmir advocates for ‘the wall’ in Racine visit

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Vukmir has traveled to each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, and says a major issue among voters has been immigration reform, “particularly building that wall.” When visiting volunteers and supporters at the Racine County field office Thursday, Vukmir responded to a question about her stance on DACA with: “build the wall.” > Racine Journal Times

Vukmir touted in new campaign ad by Wisconsin Next PAC

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Wisconsin Next PAC released a new ad in the U.S. Senate race on Wednesday touting Republican candidate Leah Vukmir and her recent endorsement by the state party. The ad touts Ms. Vukmir as a “consistent conservative” who is “pro-life” and committed to building a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. > Washington Times