MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin’s long campaign season is finally about to end.
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for president, picking between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. The businessman enters Election Day as the underdog. A Republican presidential candidate hasn’t taken the state since Ronald Reagan and the latest Marquette University Law School poll shows Clinton with a six-point lead and a 39-point lead among early voters.
The other high-profile race is for U.S. Senate. Democrat Russ Feingold is trying to reclaim the seat he lost to Republican Ron Johnson in 2010. The Marquette poll shows that race is about even.
Voters also will determine who takes an open congressional seat representing northeastern Wisconsin and which party will control the state Assembly and Senate.
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