Are Wisconsin residents tired of negative political ads?

Eau Claire (WQOW) – Senator Tammy Baldwin said she believes Wisconsin residents are tired of all the negative attack ads playing on TV this fall.

Baldwin’s campaign is running ads stating that Republican Leah Vukmir favors ending protections for patients with pre-existing conditions, while Vukmir is running ads claiming Baldwin favors government healthcare. But Baldwin said since the last presidential election, she has seen a lot more communication around voting happening done door to door and at community events and festivals.

“So I am hopeful that people have decided that the stakes in elections are really high and they just got to stay positive and recognize that their own voice matters,” said Baldwin.

Lindsey Ford

Lindsey Ford

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