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roberts. chief roberts voted on the right to bear arms decision, which i happen to agree with, with justice scalia. patrick: after 90 minutes, the candidates had more to sacred i want to bring in kent wainscott to with in the last 10 minutes so, they just wrapped up answering questions from reporters. >> that's right. people are familiar with the concept of a spin room where candidates and surrogates talk about why they believe they're the best choice for the state of wisconsin and its voters. i asked them what was the one point tonight that they think resonated the most with voters: here's century -- voters, and here's what they had to say. >> whether it is internet or whether it is making sure they don't get their jobs shipped overseas, senator johnson votes
people know that i would vote in a very different way. >> if you want to distill this race to its essence, senator feingold is about growing government. i'm about growing the private sector to provide long-term self-sustaining jobs. when you grow the government, i hope wisconsinites understand that the bigger the government is, the more the government would demand of your hard-earned dollars. >> tha debate, but there was a lot of spin throughout the debate come all over social media from the campaigns and also on e-mail. 52 e-mails came in from the campaigns on just about every topic and comment throughout the debate, so this been was in full effect trying to push the candidates and their perspective throughout the evening. patrick: they were active on twitter as well.
joyce: thank you. because of the debate, you can watch tonight's episode of marvel's agents of shield at one -- 1:00 tomorrow morning. the real o'neals will air sunday afternoon at 4:30. set your dvr accordingly. kathy: election day is three weeks from today. donald trump and hillary clinton arrived in las vegas, nevada tonight ahead of tomorrow's third and final presidential debate. clinton has been in debate prep for days, while trump has been out on the campaign trail, making stops in battleground states, including here in wisconsin. abc's karen travers has the latest. this issue go. >> they even want to try and rig the election at the voting -- polling booths, where so many cities are corrupt. >> president obama says this talk from trump is unprecedented for a presidential candidate and not based on facts. >> i'd advise mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his case to get votes. >> the president said trump's rhetoric calls into question his fitness for the oval office.
badly for you and you lose you start blaming somebody else, then you don't have what it takes to be in this job. >> trump's running mate, mike pence, stopping by a north carolina republican party office the site of a suspected , firebombing on saturday. >> this was an act of political terrorism. >> hillary clinton is off the trail another day, prepping for wednesday's debate in las vegas. but she got a boost from her former rival, senator bernie sanders, who slammed trump and said americans must not elect him. >> which is not only sexist but racist and xenophobic as well. >> sanders also stumping in arizona part of a new late game , push by the clinton campaign that traditionally republican state. first lady michelle obama and chelsea cilnton will also be in the grand canyon state this week. and the clinton campaign is upping its tv ad buy and mail advertising by $2 million. >> she is now playing on her opponent's side of the field and
>> once that final debate is in the books hillary clinton's , ramping up her schedule she's scheduled to be in a battleground state every day for the next week. kathy: you can watch the presidential debate tomorrow night at 8:00 right here on wisn 12. more emails from wikileaks reveal some of the top contenders to be hillary clinton's running mate. a list of 39 possible v.p. picks were organized in what clinton's campaign chairman called rough food groups. like latinos, women, white men, african americans, military leaders. it also included business titans like bill and melinda gates, apple's tim cook, and starbucks ceo howard schultz. u.s. senator tammy baldwin from wisconsin was on the list, too. and at the bottom of the list was bernie sanders. clinton ended up picking longtime politician tim kaine four months after the email was sent.
hillary clinton would be president. more than 150,000 students ranging from kindergarten through 12th grade voted in scholastic's 2016 presidential survey. hillary clinton had 52% of the vote while donald trump won 35% , of the ballot. 13% of students wrote in other choices. scholastic's student survey has picked the right winner in all but two presidential elections since 1940. those exceptions were in 1948, when harry truman won, and 1960, when john f. j won. governor scott walker says his support for republican presidential nominee donald trump hasn't changed. the governor also says he has confidence in the integrity of wisconsin's election, despite comments from trump that the election is rigged. >> we've gone out of our way to make sure it is easy to vote in wisconsin, but it will also be hard to cheat, so inspect the integrity of the vote will be intact in the state. joyce: walker made the comments in kenosha today while announcing a packaging company is moving to the state from
from milwaukee to the white house. the race for eighth grade president at bethune academy is teaching some important lessons. wisn 12 news tim elliott shows us how students are debating the issues and learning about the election process. ? >> can you hear that? ? >> that is the sound of democracy. >> if we are going to do this, we want to go all out for them. >>ya bethune academy at 35th and cherry. she set up this elaborate election day debate to help these voters decide their next leader. >> rashawn collins, chavern williams, andre walton, and dimarco smith. [applause] >> candidates want the job, and four they faced hard hitting questions like -- >> should students have assigned jobs at school? should school uniforms be mandatory? what is our most important issue facing our school? >> demarco smith thinks he has the tools to be an effective leader.
trustworthy, take responsibility, and respect. >> now after the mock debate, the candidates and the voters broke off into smaller groups to discuss the election process with local leaders like state senator lena taylor. >> they have a couple questions that even stump you sometime so they are doing some higher level thinking in this process. >> sarsour wants her students to be informed. >> we really want our eighth-graders and seventh graders to know that while big national elections matter local elections matternd issues matter too, so that's why we really focus in on school issues so one day, they can get out and vote. >> it is important because they are going to be our future voters. kathy: in the end, demarco did not win the presidency. instead, roshaun collins is the new president of the eighth grade at bethune academy. congrats roshaun.
forward. according to our partners at biztimes, the marcus corporation, which owns safe house, has applied for a liquor license and building permits for a new location in chicago. no other details have been released. the safe house first opened in downtown milwaukee in 1966. harley davidson is the coolest thing made in wisconsin. the wisconsin manufacturers and commerce group conducted the survey earlier this year. the group put more than 200 nominations up for vote. more than 20,000 people voted. the winner was announced today during a luncheon in madison celebrating business across the state. harley defeated fellow finalists johnsonville sausage and littoral combat ships made at marinette ne the go to candy for trick or treaters in wisconsin is laffy taffy. it was voted the number one preferred treat in the state based on a survey of most popular halloween candies, by state. the candy with the most votes in the survey overall was reese's peanut butter cups. trick-or-treat is just around the corner. in some local communities, it's as early as this coming saturday. you can find times for your neighborhood on our website and and on our mobile app.
until that time. mark: let's get back to laugh a taffy, really? laffey taffy, wisconsin? laffey taffy? you might as well say our favorite those are horrible. you like those, too, joyce? she's all about the cherry laffey taffy. all right. i probably offended all of wisconsin as we speak. go ahead, send in your complaints. 50 in the morning. 76 during your ride home. partly sunny skies, warmest day of the forecast is tomorrow, take advantage of it.
below average, and back in the 60's for the latter half of the weekend. the drive forecast of a the next 6-7 days. things are looking pretty good. joyce: power to the people. one mom's emotional facebook live video is getting a lot of attention. >> i'm telling you this, it's not for praise or anything. i'm telling you because it's pretty intense. kathy: coming up, the request from her son that's teaching others compassion and kindness. joyce: plus, the head coach of the new england patriots throws in the towell so to speak. >> later tonight on "nightline", rare access to guantanamo bay. the president wants it close, but what to do with the remaining detainees? plus, hillary's infamous e-mails, what was deleted and
kathy: a heartwarming story of a boy's simple request for his mother. joyce: abc's david wright explains why every day the boy asked for two school lunches. >> and emotional post from an albuquerque mom. all your long, she's been making to school lunches, one for her son dylan and one for his friend. >> he said there's a boy who sits by himself and all he eats
him some lunch. >> first, the boy's mom offered to pay herself. >> i can relate because i have been that single mom who does not want to ask for help. >> then all the other moms took up a collection. >> we paid off the past-due accounts, so now no one in that school goes in the lunch money and everyone can eat. >> one mom helping others when lunch at a time. kathy: that is sweet. year's rock and roll hall of fame class. ? >> ? jeremy has spoken yesterday ? kathy: pearl jam and the late tupac shakur are two of the nine first time acts on the ballot. there are 19 acts in all, including depeche mode, journey, and joan baez. they've been knock, knock, knockin' on dylan's door, and five days later, there's still no answer. the swedish academy has been trying to reach bob dylan since
nobel prize in literature on thursday, but haven't been able to reach him. dylan has been invited to collect his award in stockholm december 10. save the ruby red slippers. that's the goal of a new fundraising campaign. the smithsonian institution needs $300,000 to restore dorothy's famous slippers from the "wizard of oz." the shoes are one of several sets worn by judy garland in the 1939 film. the money raised will pay to fix the shoes and put them in a climate-conted national museum of american history. actress kerry washington is a gave birth to a baby boy earlier this month. caleb is the second child for washington and her husband. they also have a daughter isabelle. washington, who plays olivia pope on the hit abc show, "scandal," hid her growing baby bump during season five. "scandal" is expected to return
today, the head coach of the new england patriots throws in the towel. bill belichick says he's no longer using tablets on the sidelines. belichick was caught on camera slamming down a sideline tablet earlier this month. he says he can't take it anymore, and talked about it for more than five minutes on a conference call today. >> it's a personal decision. i'm done with the tablets. i will use the paper pictures from here on because i just , i have given it my best shot. i tried to work to the process. it just doesn't work for me. joyce: microsoft has a deal with the nfl to use surface tablets. in a statement, the company says "we respect coach belichick's decision, but stand behind the reliability of surface. we continue to receive positive feedback on having surface devices on the sidelines from coaches, players, and team personnel across the league. in the instances where sideline issues are reported in nfl games, we work closely with the
resolve." and a former wisconsin badger gets in a twitter war with the chicago cubs. frank kaminsky showed up for last night's hornets bulls game in chicago wearing a steve bartman cubs jersey. he's the cubs fan whose attempt to catch a foul-ball began the cubs' collapse in the 2003 playoffs. kaminsky, who grew up in suburban chicago, is a white sox fan. the cubs called the move salty and later tweeting a picture of kaminsky after losing the ncaa champish a tough loss. kaminsky then responded, "at least i haven't been dwelling for 108 years. #goat." no response from the cubs, who are playing in the playoffs. you can relate to the frustration. in sports, the final operation football poll of the season is unveiled.
announcer: big 12 sports presented by menards. dan: leroy butler once played on packer teams that were quarterbacked by anthony dilweg and blair kiel. he also played with hall of famer brett favre, and he has been a close observer of aaron rodgers. 12 sports stephanie sutton talked to leroy about the mvp quarterbacks in our exclusive one-on-one.
that happened between brett favre and the packers, is it nice to see him on it yet again it lambeau field? is there a brett favre jinks? >> i don't know. you would think a historical place like lambeau has got it because it is god's favorite stadium. i think it still is. there was something that was kind of trauma, lot of guys would over to congratulate him. i thought aaron would go over and congratulated. stephanie: there's been a lot of thing about that relationship between brett favre and aaron rodgers. would you know about the relationship? >> awkward. some of the stuff in the book i was hoping would never come out because it paints aaron rodgers as an arrogant guy they can't be
-- it paints brett favre as, so i hope people just take it for what it is worth. there are a lot of books about brett favre. dan: i have read the book. it is pretty good. thank you, stephanie. the operation football playoffs begin friday, and catholic memorial will be the favorite to win division three. the crusaders are still number one in the operation football poll followed by homestead, franklin, marquette, unbeaten brookfield east moves up to seventh, then it's eisenhower, pewaukee, unbeaten milwaukee king, oconomowoc, and racine horlick. baseball, game three of the national league championship series in los angeles the plucky . the plucky dodgers got to reigning cy young award winner jake arrietta early, the rbi single by corey seager opened the scoring. then, yasmani grandal ripped a two-run homer off arrieta in the fourth.
hill and take a 2-1 series lead. and in toronto, the blue jays kept their season alive for at least one more game this afternoon. game four of the alcs, edwin encarnacion broke it open with a 2-1 single in the toronto seventh. beats cleveland 5-1. the indians lead the series 3-1. they could close that one out tomorrow, and the dodgers and p relieved. they haven't scored a run since frank kaminsky was spotted in that jersey. joyce: really? kathy: that is just a coincidence. a final look at the forecast next. joyce: coming up next, "jimmy
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