It’s easy to find undecided voters in the Badger State who remain in play, are hard to peg as liberal or conservative, and seem to be ready to go on gut instinct if necessary when they mark their ballot.
A street scene in the Bayview section of Milwaukee. Wisconsin voters tend to be relatively reserved in their political discourse by modern standards. Some won't talk politics at all. Ask their opinion and they shake their heads as if a response would be unseemly.Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post