Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Tom Bevan of Real Clear Politics asks if Wisconsin is the new Ohio. A new poll from Rasmussen Reports underscored just how close the contest has become here: President Obama and Mitt Romney were tied at 49 percent each in the poll of likely voters, conducted Thursday. Overall, Obama leads by just 2.3 percent in […]

Last night I ventured as far as the Waukesha Expo Center with about 300 other people to see Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker and Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.  Mike Gallagher was the emcee and warm-up act. I’ve watched Scott Walker a long time.  I’ve known Walker a long time.  Last night he […]

Publication:Waukesha Freeman (Conley); Date:Sep 23, 2010; Section:Opinion; Page Number:8A Here comes the mud Now that Johnson is ahead, expect Feingold to go negative (James Wigderson is a blogger publishing at http://www.wigderson.com and a Waukesha resident. His column runs Thursdays in The Freeman.) Until last week, conventional wisdom had the race for Senate between the incumbent […]

How National Public Radio describes the latest poll in the Feingold/Johnson race by Time/CNN: Russ Feingold (D-WI) Tied With Ron Johnson (R) In CNN Senate Poll Time Magazine doesn’t see a tie between the two candidates: Poll: GOP Leads in Three Key Senate Races — But Not Delaware Even the liberal Talking Points Memo sees […]

Christian Schneider at WPRI reminds us of yet another reason to get rid of Senator Russ Feingold. …I always get a kick out of the part of Johnson’s ads where he has to say “I approved this message.”  As we know, the only reason Johnson has to waste those four seconds isbecause of Russ Feingold. […]

But, hey, who believes a Democratic polling operation these days, right? Public Policy Polling has businessman Ron Johnson at 43% to Senator Russ Feingold’s 45%. Hmmm. Is Rasmussen right? A word of advice to my liberal readers, believe the polls. Republicans didn’t want to believe the polls the last two election cycles either. Ask them […]

Conventional wisdom: US Senate candidate Terrence Wall is not a viable candidate because of the issue regarding his non-payment of taxes from taking advantage of every tax break available. However, looking at the Rasmussen polls, Wall does not seem to have been affected too much by the issue. February 17th, Feingold led Wall 47% to […]

And it stinks if you’re a fan of Senator John McCain. In Wisconsin, Obama 54% McCain 44% Barack Obama has opened a double digit lead over John McCain in Wisconsin. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state-conducted the night before the second Presidential Debate-shows Obama attracting 54% of the vote while McCain earns […]

Rasmussen Reports is reporting this morning Senator John McCain has hit the 50% mark in the daily tracking poll. The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows John McCain reaching the 50% level of support for the first time since Barack Obama wrapped up the Democratic Presidential Nomination. McCain retains a three-point advantage […]

Scott Rasmussen looks at the number of people who say they will not change their minds about the November election and discovers the battle is really for eighteen percent. “…thirty-nine percent of voters are certain to vote for Barack Obama, forty-three percent are certain to vote for John McCain. That leaves eighteen percent of voters […]