Johnson, Feingold meet in final Wisconsin Senate debate

by Alfonso Matthews Octubre 20, 2016, 7:48

"Senator Johnson didn't talk about Donald Trump, so I'm going to talk about him".

"Ron Johnson was deeply disturbed by the deaths of Wisconsin veterans like Thomas Baer, and he took immediate and effective action to uncover what happened", Reisinger said.

"She's not perfect, but she's so much better than Donald Trump", said Feingold, who added that Trump would "destabilize" the world.

That's according to Wendy Scattergood, Assistant Professor of Political Science.

Johnson's campaign provided a letter he sent the VA soon after Baer's death asking for an examination of his treatment.

The two candidates also spent a lot of time slamming each other for supporting their respective party's presidential candidates.

GOP donors focused on retaining congressional majorities are benefitting Johnson, as well, Canon said. According to the Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance, health care buyers will see a 16 percent increase in the price of premiums.

Veteran journalist Mike Gousha will moderate Tuesday's debate. Ron Johnson and Democrat Russ Feingold has been a spirited one.

Feingold and Johnson are meeting in a rematch of the 2010 election.

An instance in the debate where I stood in strong support of Johnson was the contentious issue of health care, particularly the Affordable Care Act - President Obama's signature health care reform bill. Ron Johnson mentioned her family during a debate with Democratic challenger Russ Feingold. Feingold says he's justified because the campaign finance system is fundamentally different following the landmark Citizens United Supreme Court ruling.

The result of the St. Norbert Poll varies from the Marquette University Law School Poll that came out last week.

Johnson attacked Feingold on the issue in the first debate, saying he was aware of problems there as far back as 2008 but did nothing.

In May of this year, the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee that Johnson chairs released a report on systemic failures at Tomah. He also blasted Feingold for taking a majority of his campaign donations from people living outside of Wisconsin, despite pledging in his first Senate run in 1992 never to do that.

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