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Presidential candidates were scheduled to appear in the state Monday and Tuesday.
State elections officials say only 44 service members did not receive ballots in time, but Romney campaign says even one late ballot is too many.
Largely friendly crowd excited to see vice presidential candidate, who has been someone they've been watching for years, in hopes of sparking the Republican ticket for the White House.
Johnson made his remarks as one of the conservatives participating in the Americans for Prosperity Anti-Obama Policy bus tour. The tour visited Caledonia on Saturday, its only stop in Southeast Wisconsin.
Democratic Senate candidate was picked for slot on same night as President Obama's speech Thursday night and plans to tell a different story of Wisconsin.
Spot on or embarrassing? Perfect or putrid? You tell us!
County Executive Dan Vrakas consulted with Kathleen Novack, who is the Republican in the clerk's race in November, which has Democrats crying foul.
It was a tight race throughout the evening, but Wisconsin voters chose to go with a familiar face to challenge U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin in November.
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