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Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

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Democratic Senate candidate Mandela Barnes is campaigning in rural Wisconsin. Barnes is trying to appeal to the voters who more typically fuel Republican victories. The Republican incumbent, Ron Johnson, has become one of Donald Trump's most vocal supporters. Democrats are hoping Johnson's most incendiary comments will turn off moderate Republicans.
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The Independent

Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

A crowded field of Democrats is trying to figure out a winning strategy to unseat Republican Sen. Ron Johnson in Wisconsin in November

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Washington Times

Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

Among the red barns, bins and tractors of a southern Wisconsin dairy farm, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes sat at a white picnic table painted with black spots to resemble a dairy cow.

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Associated Press News

Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

A crowded field of Democrats is trying to figure out a winning strategy to unseat Republican Sen. Ron Johnson in Wisconsin in November. It's one of a handful of competitive

4 months ago·United States
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The Washington Post

Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

A crowded field of Democrats is trying to figure out a winning strategy to unseat Republican Sen. Ron Johnson in Wisconsin in November

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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The Toronto Star

Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

CAMBRIDGE, Wis. (AP) — Among the red barns, bins and tractors of a southern Wisconsin dairy farm, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes sat ...

4 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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MY Northwest

Wisconsin Democrats aim to beat Sen. Ron Johnson, but how?

CAMBRIDGE, Wis. (AP) — Among the red barns, bins and tractors of a southern Wisconsin dairy farm, Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes sat at a white picnic table painted with black spots to resemble a dairy cow. It was the latest stop on his “Barnes for Barns” tour through rural Wisconsin aimed at appealing to the voters who more typically fuel Republican victories in this closely divided state.The discussion at Hinchley’s Dairy Farm…

4 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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