By of theHelped by a big edge in ad spending and a growing acceptance among GOP voters, Mitt Romney leads Rick Santorum 39% to 31% in the Wisconsin Primary, according to a new Marquette Law School poll. That’s a major shift since Marquette’s last survey in February, which showed Santorum ahead by double digits. Ron Paul is running third in the poll with 11%, followed by Newt Gingrich with 5%.
WASHINGTON - House Speaker Paul Ryan said in an interview Wednesday that he would be happy to have the battle for Congress next year hinge on the sweeping tax bill that Republicans just passed, despite the bill’s unpopularity today.
Mauston, Wis. – President Donald Trump calls the GOP tax plan a great gift to the middle class. But people in this part of “Trump Country” appear altogether underwhelmed. “I haven’t had one person mention the tax bill to me,” said Lloyd Chase, the mayor of New Lisbon and the chairman of the Republican Party in small-town, blue-collar Juneau County, which saw the biggest vote shift in Wisconsin last fall from Obama to Trump.
while rejecting talk he'd leave Speakership "anytime soon," it seems notable that Paul Ryan isn't saying if he'll seek another House term next year, or when he'll announce
To me: "That’s a down the road thing. (My wife) Janna and I ... haven’t even had that conversation yet."
I talked to voters in Juneau County, Wisconsin -- bellwether county that had massive swing toward Trump last fall -- about GOP tax bill. They're underwhelmed. Latest in my State of Flux series on WI politics in Age of Trump
Voter back home have sharply polarized over Paul Ryan, thanks to speakership and Trump. But it will take more than that to put his seat in danger, due to its GOP lean. went to his district for my "State of Flux" series on WI in Age of Trump https://t.co/gZgWGmkltY
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