The 2018 Midterm Elections provided drama and history in the state of Wisconsin. It also brought change to the political landscape of our state.

Democrat Tony Evers defeated two-term Republican Scott Walker. Democrat Tammy Baldwin won re-election over Republican Leah Vukmir in the United States Senate race. And both of Northeast Wisconsin’s representatives kept their seats in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Michael Kraft, Professor Emeritus at UW-Green Bay sits down with Local 5’s Tom Zalaski to discuss the elections and what it means for Wisconsin’s future on this edition of Newsmaker Sunday.

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