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Presidential race buffets fight for Senate control

Democrats hold a 53-47 edge but GOP can gain majority

The party that manages the Senate next year may well depend on how well President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney do in toss-up states like Nevada, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Presidential race buffets fight for Senate control

Democrats hold a 53-47 edge but GOP can gain majority

The party that manages the Senate next year may well depend on how well President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney do in toss-up states like Nevada, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin.

Commentary: An open letter to Mitt Romney

Columnist says don't write off those of us with roots in poverty, struggle

Columnist says that by writing off 47 percent of the voters in this country, Mitt Romney has basically said to them that they don't matter.

Commentary: An open letter to Mitt Romney

Columnist says don't write off those of us with roots in poverty, struggle

Columnist says that by writing off 47 percent of the voters in this country, Mitt Romney has basically said to them that they don't matter.

On Wisconsin: Romney moves to put state in play

Presidential candidates see Wisconsin as a game changer

Wisconsin is the figurative site of battle between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the presidential election.

On Wisconsin: Romney moves to put state in play

Presidential candidates see Wisconsin as a game changer

Wisconsin is the figurative site of battle between President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney in the presidential election.

Group's billboards pushing Palin for president

Billboards appear in Wisconsin Dells area

Mitt Romney is the presumptive GOP nominee for president at next week's Republican National Convention, but a group of so-called "upset GOP members" are pushing another candidate. 

Group's billboards pushing Palin for president

Billboards appear in Wisconsin Dells area

Mitt Romney is the presumptive GOP nominee for president at next week's Republican National Convention, but a group of so-called "upset GOP members" are pushing another candidate.