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Marquette University released the last poll results before the Nov. 6 election on Wednesday.
Wisconsin's getting high-profile political stops, including President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Vice President Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.
Several state Senate and Assembly candidates will be at the Greenfield Community Center to discuss current issues in a forum setting.
Days before the election, Republican vice presidential candidate and 1st District congressman will visit Memorial Hall.
Gov. Scott Walker says that Mitt Romney did the right thing by canceling Wisconsin visit in light of East Coast storm.
Not sure who to vote for? Patch and the League of Women Voters are hosting several state Senate and Assembly candidates at a forum at the Greenfield Community Center.
Presidential candidates were scheduled to appear in the state Monday and Tuesday.
With a high expected turnout and limited parking spaces available, the library will be closed Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Both presidential candidates have canceled campaign appearances in Wisconsin due to Hurricane Sandy.
The Obama/Biden campaign announced today that the vice president will visit the UW-Parkside campus Friday in Kenosha.
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