As reported by WisPolitics.com, the latest Marquette University Law Poll shows businessman Tim Michels and former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch neck and neck in the GOP primary for governor. The poll also showed Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes and Alex Lasry, on leave from his post with the Milwaukee Bucks, leading the Dem primary field for GOP U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson's seat. In general election matchups, Kleefisch came in at 43 percent against Evers' 47 percent. Michels polled 41-48 against Evers, with Nicholson 40-48 and Ramthun 34 to 51. A general election matchup of each Senate candidate placed Barnes at 46-44 percent against Johnson, Godlewski at 45-43, Nelson 44-43 and Lasry 42-45.
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