In a race that continually polls close but bounces back and forth between Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers (D), the aforementioned Marquette University Law School survey (see Wisconsin Senate above) finds the Governor trailing Mr. Evers, 49-44% among likely voters. Expanding to the registered voters universe, the split is a similar 47-43% in Mr. Evers’ favor.
Gov. Walker is running for a third term, but he has already won three elections since 2010, including surviving a statewide recall vote in 2012.
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