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The Marquette University Law School Poll released new data today for their latest poll regarding the upcoming Wisconsin primaries. The poll, conducted June 13-17, sheds light on where voters around the state stand in the months leading up to the primaries, which are set to take place on Tuesday, Aug. 14. 
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New numbers released from Marquette Law School Poll

Clara Janzen, Executive News Editor
June 20, 2018
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HARRINGTON: Clinton cult of personality could be democrats undoing

Reilly Harrington, Opinions Columnist
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Dr. Pamela Nettleton. Photo via: diedrich.marquette.edu

Pamela Nettleton on election media coverage

Josh Kujawinski, Audio Content Director
November 30, 2016
Columnist Morgan Hughes writes that according to some people's reactions to election results, her father, her childhood hero, cannot possibly be a good person because of his political views that are opposite hers.

HUGHES: People over politics: Election results need not divide us

Morgan Hughes, Columnist
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MCCARTHY: Trump’s win will galvanize progressives

Ryan McCarthy, Columnist
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BAKER: Recognizing other leaders in our lives

BAKER: Recognizing other leaders in our lives

Elizabeth Baker, Opinions Editor
November 9, 2016
President Trump trails Democratic presidential candidates Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders among registered Wisconsin voters, a new Marquette Law School Poll finds. Photo via AP.

Donald Trump wins presidential election

Ryan Patterson, Assistant News Editor
November 9, 2016
Rebecca Kaiser, left, a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences and Jacquelyn Carpenter, a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences, jump for joy after voting in their first presidential election. Photo by Meredith Gillepsie/meredith.gillepsie@marquette.edu

Female vote not enough for Clinton

Abby Ng, News Reporter
November 9, 2016
Students wait in line at the Alumni Memorial Union to vote.

Changes help AMU polling run more smoothly

Abby Ng, News Reporter
November 9, 2016
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