By Tim Kowols
Issues locally and nationally are part of the discussion in the U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin. Republican Senator Ron Johnson says the number one issue he has come across on the campaign and his first term has been the economy. According to Senator Johnson, there are three elements that could help the state improve on a national and international basis.
Democratic candidate Russ Feingold says in his discussions with residents around the state, one of the focuses has been on infrastructure. While many people have pointed to problems with area roads, bridges, and ports, Feingold says electronic infrastructure has also taken a hit.
Senator Johnson and Feingold will face each other in the general election on November 8.