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Poll Shows Johnson and Feingold in Tight Race for Senate

Posted: Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Wisconsin Senate Race Heats Up

Democratic imcumbant Russ Feingold will have his work cut out for him to beat his Republican opponent Ron Johnson in the Wisconsin U>S. Senate race. According to the latest Rasmussen survey, Johnson climbed from 44% of the vote two months ago to 47% of the vote, topping Feingold's 46%. In the 2004 election, Feingold received 55% of the vote but in 2010 there is a growing dissatisfaction with the Democratic party and even incumbants will have to work extra hard this year to persuade the American people. Ron Johnson's campaign stresses reducing taxes and government spending, creating jobs by deregulating businesses, and repealing the health care bill. Russ Feingold focuses his campaign on what he has achieved for Wisconsin, such ad the health care bill and creating jobs.

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