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Wisconsin Governor & Senate: Doyle (D) 47% Green (R) 44% for Governor

Monday, September 25, 2006

Republican Congressman Mark Green has closed to within three points of incumbent Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle. The latest Rasmussen Reports election survey shows Doyle leading Green 47% to 44%. Doyle’s lead was eight points in last month’s poll.

The Senate race continues to be a runaway victory for incumbent U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl. He’s currently leading Republican challenger Robert Gerald Lorge 60% to 33%. With nearly six weeks left to go in the campaign, more than one-third of those surveyed (34%) still aren’t sure what they think of Lorge.


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