UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News) The Wisconsin governor's election is 17 weeks from today. Both candidates have been criss-crossing the state to fire up their party bases, and attract a relatively small percentage of undecided voters.
Republican Governor Scott Walker is back on the campaign trail today, with stops at powder-coating plant in Oregon and a maker of specialty wristbands in New Berlin.
Democrat Mary Burke is touring a farm in Mazomanie that produces beer hops. She'll also visit the Food Enterprise Center in Viroqua. Burke, a former Trek Bicycle executive and state commerce secretary, faces a primary challenge from long-shot Representative Brett Hulsey of Madison. The fall partisan primaries are five weeks from today, on August 12th.