Professor discusses why Wisconsin voters cross party lines
WAOW Channel 9 Wausau
By Cassandra Vinch
Wisconsin helped re-elect Barack Obama last night, as the state voted democratic for the 7th presidential election in a row. The president won 53 percent of the vote in our state.
But republicans still control most of state government, after winning the senate back last night.
Our state hasn't voted for a republican presidential candidate since 1984.
But political experts say there's a reason why Wisconsin goes red at the state level, and blue on the federal.

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