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The latest Marquette Law School poll found consistent support for Joe Biden among Wisconsin registered voters.

Impeachment views see no change in latest Marquette Law School Poll

Nicole Laudolff, News Reporter
December 13, 2019
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Law School Poll shows Trump ahead of Biden, other Democratic candidates

Alexa Jurado, Assistant New Editor
December 3, 2019
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.

New Marquette Law School Poll finds Biden, Sanders leading over Trump

Sarah Lipo, Executive News Editor
September 4, 2019
The Marquette University

Democrat Kaul wins Attorney General seat in close race

Margaret Cahill, News Reporter
November 7, 2018
Information from the Wisconsin Campaign Finance Information System and FEC records aggregated by the Center for Responsive Politics. Graphic by Sydney Czyzon.

Candidates raise, spend money in midterm election cycle

Sydney Czyzon, Managing Editor of the Marquette Tribune
October 30, 2018
Sen. Tammy Baldwin talks to the media after the debate. Vukmir did not stay for the press conference.

Sen. Baldwin, Vukmir discuss during Marquette Law School’s US Senate debate

Grace Connatser, Executive News Producer
October 23, 2018
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. 
Photos via Marquette Wire stock photos.

New numbers released from Marquette Law School Poll

Clara Janzen, Executive News Editor
June 20, 2018
The Law School's recent poll includes Wisconsinites' views on topics ranging from Foxconn to gun control. Graphic by Sydney Czyzon.

Law School poll addresses Foxconn, gun control, midterm elections

Jenny Whidden and Sydney Czyzon
March 5, 2018
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