UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Aaron Weinschenk says with elections a little over a month away, voters tend to learn more about candidates and their platforms. “You tend to see things tighten up as the election gets closer,” said Weinschenk of the gubernatorial race. The most recent Marquette Law School Poll shows Tony Evers at 49 percent and Gov. Walker at 44 percent among likely voters. “That’s not a good sign if you’re Gov. Walker and you see the person ahead of you slightly or dead even with you,” Weinschenk said. Watch the Fox 11 interview.
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