Lieutenant governor candidates could make a difference
In the past, candidates for Wisconsin governor were neither helped nor hurt by their running mates. But this year, it could be different.
UW-Milwaukee analyst Mordecai Lee tells the Wisconsin State Journal that the lieutenant governor nominees could make a difference in this year's volatile political climate.
State Assembly Democratic Leader Tom Nelson and former Milwaukee TV anchor Rebecca Kleefisch beat a total of seven other candidates by large margins on Tuesday.