this deal supported by president obama. the people of wisconsin, and wisconsin jobs i put those first. mike: do you think anything could give from those deals? mr. feingold: some people say there is more choice at the store. you might get lower prices. between 50 different kinds of golf clubs versus having a job? that is not a close choice. these have cost 75,000 wisconsin jobs. senator johnson is for for the spread is hiding them. he refuses to tell us his position on tpb. why is that -- his position on tpp. why is that? he loves these agreements. because them creative destruction. he won't tell the people of wisconsin that in fact that is his position. i am opposed to it. it needs to be renegotiated to know that we can't have an incentive to send jobs overseas. i stand with the middle income and working families of the about how you would combat isis for we will continue on "upfront." >> "upfront with mike gousha" mike: welcome back, we are talking to the democratic candidate for senate. i mentioned before the break you fighting isis and cutting off their oil supply and cash supply.
four midwestern states -- illinois, indiana, wisconsin, and iowa. but this contest was a bit different. rather than just one winner, the top three psa ideas were chosen as finalists. as with l.a., these students got to work with tv professionals to produce their psas. the completed spots were shown at the chicago auto show, and the public was invited to vote for the winner. but before we tell you who took first place along with the $2,000 cash prize, let me introduce you to the finalists. there's high school senior paige ruesch. >> well, when i read about it and, like, the psa and how i could be in a psa, i thought it was really cool, a great experience. >> so, we had to make either a storyboard or a 30-second script with, like, actions and audio and things like that for a psa, which is a public service announcement. >> the third student is also a senior, dustin payne. like the other two, he was surprised when he got the phone call that he was a finalist. >> i had no idea, and i was kind of shocked. and i was excited to start the psa. >> there's one pretty amazing connection
america's safest driving city, followed by kansas city, kansas, and madison, wisconsin. >> allstate reminds all drivers to keep a safe distance, limit distractions, and never drink and drive. for more, go to allstate.com/bestdriversreport. >> learning how to create things with balloons is a great skill to have. it's also a great way for a teen to make some extra money. sandi masori, america's top balloon expert and author of "the diy balloon hat bible," shows us how. so, you've said that a great place for a teen to set up to sell balloons is in a public place, like a park. what do you think is the best sculpture to make there? >> i, personally, love hats. hats are so visual, so colorful, and they become a walking advertisement. >> right. >> and the thing is -- being an entrepreneur is not just having the skills to make money, but also knowing it's a little bit of marketing -- knowing where to go. right, so, a park is a great place, and how do you know if the park is gonna be busy enough? i mean -- one, if you've got a good visual when you pull in, you can see if there's kids there.
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