GREEN BAY - A new Public Policy Polling survey of 959 likely voters shows Barack Obama has a slight lead in the state over Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
The percent edge is well within the poll's 3% margin of error.
Nearly a month ago, a Public Policy poll showed Romney leading by a percentage point.
As for the state's open U.S. Senate seat, the new numbers give Democratic Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin a 48-45 advantage over Republican challenger Tommy Thompson. That's an eight point swing from the outlet's survey nearly a month ago. That poll was done a week after Thompson beat out three Republican primary opponents.
Democracy for America paid for both of these new Presidential and Senate polls. The organization was founded by former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean. A FOX 11 Fact Check found the Democracy for America has publicly endorsed Baldwin.
Marquette Law School is expected to release its new poll on Wednesday.
Elementary school students in Wisconsin would have at least half an hour of daily physical education under a bill backed by Republican Rep. Chad Weininger, of Green Bay.
The U.S. Supreme Court is questioning whether an Appleton-based airline can be held liable for reporting one of its pilots as mentally unstable and potentially armed. Federal authorities pulled the pilot off a flight on which he was a …
Traffic is flowing again in the Neenah area after a morning crash.
Former Green Bay schools superintendent Gregory Maass is the new CEO/President of the Brown County United Way.
The Appleton Police Department is investigating a shooting at a downtown bar.
Oconto County officials are investigating what might have caused a shed fire.