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senate race. the latest marquette university law school poll shows democrat russ feingold ahead of republican ron johnson by just one point. we're with both campaigns tonight-- bret lemoine is live in racine where feingold spoke this afternoon. and theo keith is live in waukesha where johnson wrapped up his final rally-- theo we begin with you. despite record numbers of early voters in the democratic strongholds of milwaukee and madison, the johnson campaign says the governor walker's recall can make up the difference. nats - ryan and johnson on stage ron johnson has staged a comeback, from a double-digit deficit to down by a point or two. but the final step, overcoming democratic challenger russ feingold, will be the hardest part. we not only need a really
record turnout :28johnson spent the final day of this campaign tying his opponent, feingold, with democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton they helped build the swamp. i don't know why anybody would ever think they would have a chance of fixing it :16governor scott walker and house speaker paul ryan joined johnson during his final stop in waukesha. ron johnsons gotta get re-elete to win. ron johnsons race determines whether we control the united states senate :14johnson continues to outperform the top of the republican ticket, donald trump, in the conservative milwaukee suburbs. johnson told me this weekend that his fate is not tied to trump in wisconsin, because theyre two different people. nat -- cheering he ended this campaign at the gop office in waukesha, which carried memories of his surprise 2010 victory over feingold. six years ago, this is exactly where we ended the campaign. brought us luck back then, its going to bring us luck this year as well :23 god bless you all johnson has managed to close the
national republicans counted him out. only in the past couple of weeks has the cavalry arrived in the form of outside groups. we'll wait to see if they came too late. live, theo keith, fox6 news. democrats are rallying around u-s senate candidate russ feingold before tomorrows election. feingold made several stops across the state... thanking supporters... and encouraging everyone to get out and vote. fox6s bret lemoine caught up with feingold in racine this afternoon... and has this repor: you guys have taken a real bad hit over the years.' in a speech to supporters, democrat russ feingold greets dozens of supporters at racines u-a-w local 180 who have been manning a phone bank all afternoon. 'oh yes, im hopeful!' with just hours to go until the polls open, feingold is getting his message out there one last time. rf 'my whole life, i believe that the manufacturing jobs that have been in this state are the
feingold tells supporters, hell oppose trade agreement that ship jobs overseas... and the time is right for his return. among supporters, democratic congressional candidate ryan solen... whos looking to defeat republican paul ryan in wisconsins first congressional district. rs 'we really want to see change and the only way we can do that is to get everyone together and start talking again.' feingolds early lead has all but evaporated in recent weeks... as the latest marquette university law school poll shows him just one point ahead of republican incumbet feeling confident hell be headed back to washington. rf 'youre looking at one poll. the overall average of all the polls shows a completely different picture. thats inaccurate. were in good shape.' feingold left racine to head to oshkosh. hell be in the madison area on election night. reporting live in racine, bl, fox6 news. it's going to be a late night for the presidential
mate mike pence are speaking in grand rapids michigan right now. it is his fifth stop in five different states since 11 o'clock this morning. hillary clinton still has about an hour before her midnight concert begins in raleigh, north carolina. but you can see there are already people waiting. headliners will include lady gaga and jon bon jovi. those two events will bring one of the most campaign elections to an end. clinton and trump didn't waste any t many battleground states as they could. our stephanie grady has more on their final pleas. there are less than 24 hours until the first polls close along the east coast-- and the final two candidates in the 2016 presidential election are sprinting towards the finish line. the strategy for this last day of campaigning has been all about the battleground states. nat pop "are you ready to vote tomorrow michigan?" "you gotta get out and vote. let's swamp 'em. pennsylvania let's swamp 'em."
holding five rallies across swing states, and democratic nominee hillary clinton is headlining four. and it's not just the candidates themselves, they are calling in favors to all their friends and surrogates, from president obama to sarah palin, hoping no voter remains undecided. "the choice in this election could not be clearer... this election is basically between division and unity in our country" "you got a half-a-day to make every dream you've election is basically between division and unity in our country" "you got a half-a-day to make every dream you've ever dreamed for your country and for election is basically between division and unity in our country" "you got a half-a-day to make every dream you've ever dreamed for your country and for your jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen headlined clinton's big event in family to come true." jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen headlined clinton's big event in philadelphia tonight. the president and first lady also speaking to the massive crowd.
made their case in scranton, pennsylvania. telling a roaring crowd he's predicting "a great victory". both trump and clinton will spend election night in midtown manhattan. new york city police say they're expecting so many people-- they're planning a show of force equal to new year's eve in times square. live in the newsroom-- stephanie grady fox6 news. a record number of americans have already cast their ballot. people voted early-- shattering the record set in 2012. that may help cut down on long lines tomorrow-- but it's still going to be a busy day at the polls. they open at 7 a-m and close at 8. but if you're still in line at 8-- you will be allowed to vote. remember-- you do need a photo i-d. and if you need to register you need to bring proof of residence. " its the registration lines that tend to get long and kind of slow down the process. so the
information, the smoother and quicker that will go." in milwaukee county-- workers with both the wisconsin -- and the federal department of justice will be on hand to watch over the polls tomorrow. volunteers for both major parties are staying in the office late into the night. theyre making the final round of phone calls to prospective voters. republicans and democrats alike tell our a.j. bayatpour...its about making sure those on the other end of the line ... make their voices heard. everything. while a quarter of wisconsins estimated turnout has voted early, volunteers say theres still plenty to do. we cant do anything about the early voters if they voted for the other side but we certainly can motivate people who havent voted yet. now, its a matter of identifying those likely to vote their way...and making sure they show up. a lot of people dont vote and we need to get people out to vote and a lot of that comes from interpersonal relations. we want to tell them how much their vote matters.
phones, knowing its all about turnout. we wanna get people who are sitting on the fence about whether to vote or not to vote, whether their vote matters or doesnt matter, we want to get them out. right before election, mehler says many of the conversations are not so much about the candidates, but instead, making sure people are able to vote. whether its a ride to the polls or assuring them theres ways and change their address, those things are all important. 90% of the election is down to the last 10 days. thats everything. just to give you an idea of how things have ramped up, the north shore republicans here say last monday, their goal was five-thousand calls a
hour. live in bayside, a.j. bayatpour, fox 6 news. if you have any questions about the election tomorrow, visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app -- and click "links." we'll help you find your polling place and figure out what's on your ballot. and stick with fox6 all day tomorrow. we'll bring you expert analysis, results and reaction as soon as the polls close. milwaukee police are investigating two fatal pedestrian crashes in 2 days. afternoon near 60th and norwich ... on the city's southwest side. we're told the 50-year-old woman was hit in a crosswalk. she died. in this case-- the driver did stay on the scene. sunday morning a 5-year-old girl was hit and killed on her way to church. that driver did not stick around. milwaukee police say this is the s-u-v in question. tonight, the little girl's family is begging the driver to come forward. fox6's brittany shannon has the
and i hope the person that did this to my baby will turn themself in. because she didnt deserve it 29 a mother's plea monday night amidst tears, hugs and prayers for five- year-old rickyia langham. 5865 44:23 i just pray they would feel the arms and love of the people that are here tonight 29 family, friends and people from the community gathered near leon and constance-the place where rickyia was struck and killed sunday morning. her mother, lechelle says was holding her daughter's hand when the car sped by. "i dont want yall to think she just ran into the street she had my hand. when that car hit her. the tips of our fingers left each other because car impact hit my baby and threw her in the air" the car didn't stop. this is the vehicle that police say struck rickyia. officials say it's a grey or silver 2002- 2010 porsche suv. it may have damage to the front passenger side. the police... and this grieving mother asking the driver to come forward. "i beg
police are asking anyone with information on the driver of that car to call milwaukee police. meantime, family members tell me a memorial fund has been set up at educator's credit union in honor of rickyia langham. from district seven, brittany shannon, fox 6 news. mary thanks brittany smoke detectors can be a matter of life and death. check the batteries this time of year. but what if the whole unit needs to be replaced? in tonight's contact 6 report-- how to tell if your smoke detector is out of date. get ready for some rain and a cool down on election day. i'll have your fox6 forecast coming up. and later-- mike daniels is one of the packers most emotional players. his response to yesterday's
what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout,
went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
fee for residents. that's on top of the 75-dollar state fee. county executive chris abele had originally proposed a 60 dollar wheel tax in his 2017 budget plan. abele says it would help pay for items like road maintenance and repairs. the city of milwaukee is working to keep residents safe after lead was discovered in the water of about 70-thousand homes. today, they partnered with a-o smith, and the united way of greater milwaukee and waukesha county to provide water filtration products to those impacted. one is a filtration pitcher. health commissioner bevan baker says the city will start with those most vulnerable. baker says: "we especially want to reach bottle fed infants. thats a key public health concern and we want to reach families where there is a pregnant or nursing mother there and any children under the age of 6 living in that home." the products will be distributed later this month. to see if you qualify -- head to
now dot com. this is the time of the year when we're supposed to change the batteries in our smoke alarms. but what if the smoke alarm itself needs to be changed? in tonight's contact 6 report - jenna sachs reveals why older smoke alarms might not give your family the best protection in a fire. natsot: fire truck siren often, the difference between life and death in a fire is a working smoke alarm. natsot: smoke detector beeping "a dead detector in a home is pretty much useless officer, jt camp and his team reminds people to pay extra attention to their homes smoke alarms. but heres what you might not know: if your smoke alarm is more than 10 years old, its time for a new one as the sensors inside can lose sensitivity. "the biggest thing we push is change your clock, change your battery." consumer reports tests smoke detectors by creating two types of common household fires. "smoldering fire and we have a fast fire. so two
detecting smoky, slow-building fires, while ionization alarms are best at detecting fast, flaming fires. so which is better for your home? "well the sensors aren't better than the other. theyre complementary. thats why we always recommend that you get an alarm that has both types of sensors." consumer reports says the best type of alarms have a dual sensor and can be interconnected. these two 30-dollar models from kidde and first alert are top-rated. "when theyre interconnected if one alarm goes off every alarm in will protect you from a distant fire and give you more time to get out of the house." some newer smoke alarms are made with lithium-ion batteries that last as long as the unit — ten years and these batteries are not replaceable. consumer reports says its a good idea to note in marker on the back of the alarm when you got the alarm and when you should replace it. i'm jenna
temperatures falling through the 50s this evening, into the upper 40s by sunrise. rain showers will move through from roughly 5am-9am. otherwise mostly the middle 50s. skies will clear out on tuesday night with temperatures falling into the 30s. dry and cooler for most of the extended forecast. milwaukee
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on what you need to know before heading to the polls. plus the last push from candidates in the major races. and it could be a long night... where campaigns will be holding watch parties. tomorrow on wakeup! when clay matthews said last thursday that he expected to play against the colts, he meant it.... the problem was, matthews suffered a setback with his hamstring injury on friday and had to sit out.... green bay's pass rush was hamstrung without him in a defeat.... his future status is uncertain right now, but one thing that is definite is that mike daniels is peeved.... the defensive lineman could be heard shouting profanities in the locker room yesterday and he speaks his mind with the media today.... "you have to, it has to be
pissed off. they're angry. you know, somebody pissed in their cherrios this morning. that's what's gotta be when we step onto the field. it has to be noticeable. and if it's not, we're not getting it done." jermaine whitehead was as responsible as anyone else for this 99 yard scoring kick return to start yesterday's game.... today, green bay releases whitehead and brings up fullback joe kerridge from the practice squad to replace him.... they will also work out ex-lions running joique bell you can see green bay at tennessee sunday at noon here on fox six, with the cowboys at pittsburgh to follow..... and then we'll have the fox six sports blitz at 10:35pm, the most complete wrap to the sports week that you'll find.... when you look at the badgers passing game and special teams, you wonder how they are even competing in the big ten, much less in line for the west division title.... their ability to avoid beating themselves continues to be critical.... for instance, wisconsin has the fewest penalties in the conference, nine better than second place northwestern and thirty-eight
randall stadium, illinois.... and then there's that badgers defense, which continues to hold down opponents and force timely turnovers.... safety d'cota dixon is often involved, from the opener against lsu, right up to saturday's victory at northwestern.... "that's really what it is, is doing your one eleven. everybody does a really good job of that. for some reason, like i said, if you have a relationship with the ball and you just do your job and you do that consistently, the ball will tend to find you." this time of year, but you can pick which of these three contests should be our game of the week... head to our website, fox six now dot com slash sports and make your choice..... tom pipines will cover the winning showdown and brandon cruz will have all the highlights at teams fight for a spot at state this friday night..... finally, back to lambeau field yesterday... here's the open field runner who gets the biggest cheers from the crowd, a squirrel who eludes his potential captors while the colts are posting their first
russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. finally tonight-- an update to a story we brought you two weeks ago. 2-year-old jaxson klingbeil was in need of a special bed to accommodate his ventilator. a couple of weekends ago his friends and family held a fundraiser at "lucky lanes" to try and raise money. at the time they raised almost 3- thousand dollars. tonight we're happy to tell you a generous donor saw our story online and donated the remaining 9- thousand dollars the family needed. wakeup starts at 4:30! breaking news anytime at
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