Clinton leads Trump, 45 to 38 percent.
Feingold has 49 percent support to Johnson's 43 percent.
The politics his opponent stands for has no place in America, Congress or either party.
The NRSC and another conservative group have canceled advertising for Johnson.
Third-party candidates don't do Trump any favors in the race, either.
Wisconsin Democrats passed a resolution encouraging a change or end to the superdelegate system.
Sen. Ron Johnson used a 9/11 story to highlight the importance of voting.
We might need to push back on the notion that anything has changed for either candidate.
Sanders won Wisconsin's primary by a double-digit margin on Tuesday.
The DNC highlighted all the times Trump has described something as "unfair."
Kasich hasn't won a delegate since Ohio.
"We want to have a party at the end of this that we can unify," Jeff Weaver said.
Don’t look now, but Donald Trump is on the rebound in Wisconsin.
Clinton has extended her lead over the past month.
Trump earlier this week declined to endorse Ryan for reelection.
He gains 2 points against the vulnerable Republican senator when the libertarian candidate is...
Both candidates are viewed negatively by a majority of voters in the state.
Democrats see Wisconsin as a prime opportunity to pick up a Senate seat.
David late last month contributed $1,000 to Russ Feingold’s bid to unseat Sen. Ron Johnson.
The state's attorney general has already promised to appeal the decision.
"What we saw in Wisconsin today is business as usual for the GOP," Debbie Wasserman Schultz said.
Trump is not growing his base, something he needs to do to keep up with a changing race.
Those voters said they would instead vote Clinton, vote third-party or sit the election out.
Trump doesn't congratulate Cruz on Wisconsin victory.