Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have work to do in Wisconsin.
The presumptive Republican and Democratic presidential nominees face big challenges to get their campaigns in order by the Nov. 8 general election.
Trump, in particular, lacks the assets about which a traditional presidential nominee can boast: polling favorability, broad support in his own party, and a solid campaign ground game.
For Democrats, Wisconsin is a virtual must-win state to retain the White House.
No Democrat has captured the presidency without carrying Wisconsin since John F. Kennedy in 1960.
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... But neither Clinton, the Democrat, nor Trump, the Republican, can build off a victory in Wisconsin’s April 5 presidential primary.
Polls also show here, as nationally, both candidates are viewed unfavorably by a broad swath of voters.
The latest Marquette Law School Poll found Trump viewed unfavorably by 64 percent of registered voters and Clinton viewed unfavorably by 58 percent. ...Read the rest of the story HERE and follow a link to a related story brlow:
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