Pressing matters elsewhere. Via WBAY.
Surrogate defies the weather. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Sandy vexes a candidate. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Via Huffington Post.
Via Public Policy Polling.
Inside the paper…there’s the feeling that “we have two tough picks to make and we’re taking a pass,” and the paper is less relevant because of it. Five years ago, a Journal Sentinel staffer told Milwaukee Magazine that “we should endorse for president or get out of the editorial business.” In the same media column, the head…
Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Via Rasmussen Reports.
Battleground. Via Channel 3000.
Via NBC WSJ Marist.
Via Wisconsin Radio Network.
Drama. Via Gilbert @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Latest Marquette Poll shows Obama 49, Romney 48, and Thompson 46, Baldwin 45. Via Gilbert @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Battleground. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Friday. Via WQOW.
Via Washington Post.
Via Fox Point-Bayside Patch.
Biden, 69, took after Republicans with far more aggression than President Barack Obama displayed in his widely panned Denver debate, interrupting Ryan, smiling, laughing, scoffing, wincing and expressing his disdain in every conceivable way for the other partys ideas and opinions. Ryan, 42, operating under the brightest spotlight of his career, adopted a far more…
Two weeks ago, PPP showed Obama leading Romney by 52% to 45%. “Mitt Romney’s received a significant bounce in Wisconsin after his big victory in the debate on Wednesday,” said Dean Debnam, president of Public Policy Polling. “The big question now is whether the renewed closeness of the race will be permanent or just temporary.”…
Watch President Obama makes campaign stop in Madison on PBS. See more from Here and Now.
Over a million-dollar buy. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Note to Editor: Reporter’s wrong about Instapundit’s Glenn Reynolds – he’s a professor in Tennessee. Texas, Tennessee, does it all seem the same from Madison? Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Via Gilbert @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.