When voters head to the polls in an election year, one issue usually tops all others.
“The economy, obviously,” rural Egg Harbor voter Bernadette Rainsford said. Her state of Wisconsin has enjoyed a lengthy period of economic growth.
“We’ve actually run into a bit of a bottleneck in the sense that we don’t have enough people to fill the jobs that we have,” said Steven Deller, economics professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, who says economic strength is good news for President Donald Trump’s re-election efforts in the state.
“There is a fair amount of research that suggests that an incumbent’s chances read more >>>