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Suburban Wisconsin Voters Divided on Presidential Race

WAUKESHA, Wis.—Four years ago, Donald Trump delivered a surprise electoral victory in Wisconsin, becoming the first Republican presidential candidate to carry the state in nearly three decades. Yet behind the narrow victory was a nagging problem for Trump in the state’s suburbs: He underperformed among voters there who usually show great support for Republican candidates. How these voters evaluate Trump’s performance in office four years later will partly determine if he can carry this key battleground state again. “If we win Wisconsin, we win the whole ballgame,” Trump said at a campaign rally there on Oct. 17. He has visited the state six times Read More From Source

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