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including people dead for years -- who somehow manage to vote on election day.but is that an urban legend -- or something that actually happned here in wisconsin? the i-team has been digging into this for weeks... steve chamraz is here now with what he's uncovered. we looked at hundreds of thousands of wisconsin voter records.we spent dozens of hours searching through other documents.to see if the claim of "zombie" voters could be backed up by facts.
beginning. voter records show a woman named jane e.camillo died in 1978 but she voted 7 times since 2012. we found the jane e.camillo who has been voting all these years in bayside. her appearance on this list is she hassed the first and middle name the same as her husband's first wife. >> thank goodness someone is paying attention. >> reporter: in every one of the public records, they gave it same explanation.
but no sign of voter fraud. soot possibility of a dead person casting a balancing lot in wisconsin is what? >> i think a very miniscule chances. >> he says thamentsd because the state purges the registrations of dead voters every month. >> these these and crooks -- >> reporter: as donald trump continues to talk about a stolen election, rick says calm down. >> proven bureaucratic incompetence is easy to do. proving dead voters voting, not going to happen. >> reporter: we can't conclude no dead people voted in wisconsin's 2012 presidential election. but using our limited but large sample we found zero evidence that they did. and we spent a lot of money and a lot of time trying to finds
battle grounds wisconsin. the democrats are chris crossing our state. >> it's full steam ahead for the republicans with analysts saying the candidates will not have a white house win without winning the badger state. >> reporter: donald trump brought his campaign to the state today. >> a lot of stuff has come out since you voted. pennsylvania or minnesota, those four places, you can change your vote to donald trump, we'll make america great again. shannon: you can actually
times. george: katie is covering tim kaine. reporter: voters are more energized than ever. but they were wishing for one thing. they were happy to meet tim kaine. they liked what he had to say. but many voters were hoping to shear directly from hilla in a rare move by a democratic presidential candidate. clinton has not made a stop in wisconsin since before the april primary election. >> it disappoints me. >> i think she has such a presence until wisconsin that she is sending her delegates here to keep up the support. >> reporter: but hillary lost the primary to bernie sanders.
important winning wisconsin is. >> you feel the pressure on your shoulders. i'm trying to up the pressure for to you do your best work. >> reporter: but still some clinton supporters seem unfazed by not seeing her here. >> i think they will have. >> she knows where things are head and she sent kaine to represent her. >> repr: supporters say to them it's a non-issue. george: for complete political coverage head to our website tmj4.com/decision2016. i can't remember the last time i had my windows open on a november day.
1950 which was the record for the day. at 77 degrees, we hit 77 on the 2nd in 1938. i remember that one. 70 green bay. cooler air coming in from the north. and coming in from the west out of the clouds. and they have spread in the last few hours. showers out to the west. in the morning hours look for an isolatho 77 is in the forecast. but a nice pattern coming up after tomorrow. shannon: a high-speed chase ends with a suspect running into a gas station to buy one last thing before being pursued by police. >> people at the gas station couldn't believe it.
roaring in here. but the suspect comes in here because he needs one more thing. it's back to business as usual. but people can't stop talking about what went down here this evening. around 3:30 a man robbed this bank in milwaukee. he led police on a chase that lasted nearly two hours. he left milwaukee county and traveled into waukesha county hartford. >> the guy comes in frantic and in a hurry. he skips the line and asks me for a pack of cigarettes. >> reporter: she knew something was up because she saw police pulling into the station. the man paid for his cigarettes then took off. >> he leaves with a cigarette in his mouth and his arms flailing.
across highway 60 in front of traffic. >> reporter: they watched agent man was tackled across the street and arrested. >> i think he was very stupid for coming into a public place. >> reporter: at one point in the pursuit police say the man threw cash outside his window, but they were able to reare cover it all. carole: shows -- new surveillance shows a man police say is the man who shot a man in the corona jewelry store. george: the family of a man who has been shot by police put
joining * milwaukee municipal court judges say it's all to help people get back on the right track. the information is on our website tmj4.com. carole: donald trump appeared in y eau claire >> why do you like him? >> because he's for the people. he's not corrupt. he's for the people. >> has he been your guy all along? >> reporter: from long-time republicans to new ones. zoe heard what other people are saying about trump, but ... >> he may not be politically correct but he says what needs to be said at the end of the
gone red since 1994. >> he still has to prosecute hillary clinton and why she is wrong for the country, and number two, give people a reason why to vote for him which is the economy and jobs. some people are still filing in as trump wrapped up his speech. ,000 inside and another 2,000 outside whoer in made it in. >> they came from milwaukee to minneapolis and all places in >> at least a half mile long and i stood in the back of the line. >> this student didn't get to see trump but he heard him. ted cruz was his first choice. but he's backing the gop nominee for one reason. >> this president will pick the supreme court justices and i want a supreme court justice.
daily. tonight we are looking into open borders and election strategy. >> reporter: hillary clinton is up first in a rally in florida saturday arguing that donald trump is using scorched earth tactics. >> he said it in his campaign. to get women and young people and people of color to stay home. and get a lot, get a lot of smart in intelligent men to stay >> reporter: politifact found this claim stems from anonymous sources but trump never said women and smart young men and minorities should stay home. there they rated her claim as half true. >> she wants to let people pour
people pour in and we do nothing about it. that's what could happen. triple the size our country in one week. >> politifact found clinton never said that. she is in favor of bringing in 65,000 syrian refugees. so they rated trump's claim as pants on fire. you can see our politifact breakdowns online in decision 2016. just open a window. carole: a beautiful day and a beautiful sunset. everything wrapped up with this sight in washington county. what a gorgeous picture. john: even if george contradicts it, i don't go against him. today's high was 77 degrees. normally 53.
1913 when we hit 70 degrees. sow it can be warm during this month. the 30-day outlook for november is above normal temperatures. and for that matter much of the country. looking to be mild. we have mild temperatures across the midwest. 85 in st. louis. the cooler air is just to our north. that will slide in as the front has passed through. 62 in an wind in sheboygan. winds light to calm. we had northeast winds, westerly winds and northeast winds. right now everything will pick up for tomorrow. look at the clouds moving in from the south-southwest and pushing across the area. a lot of cloudiness out to the west. rain starting to develop across
you see scattered showers around the mid-morning hours. more isolated showers in the afternoon. you could see a lingering shower in the evening. and thursday we clear out and it looks like a nice day. clouds rolling in, showers isolated after 4:00. northeast winds very light. 52 your mild overnight low. patchy together in morning. scattered rain showers during the day. northeast winds at 5-10. we'll stay seasonably mild into thursday with mostly sunny skies and very dry air and 57 degrees. friday sunshine. sunny to party cloudy skies and into early next week. sunday beautiful, turn the clocks back. 61 degrees, and upper 50s continue into the early part of next week. check out ellie wilhelm.
smart with an umbrella in her hands. hands. it counts to be sma an economy rigged for the wealthy. and ron johnson's made it worse. johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, then went to
washington wisconsin jobs overseas, supported privatizing social security, which would hand billions to wall street, and wants to eliminate the federal minimum wage. senator johnson works for wall street, not us. senate majority pac is responsible
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kids to flap their hands. and so when i saw that, that was completely disqualifying. i'm a republican, but this election is so much bigger than party. my son max can't live in trump world. so i'm crossing party lines and voting for hillary. i don't always agree with her, but she's reasonable. and she's smart. she can work with people to solve problems.
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lance: the packers are back on the field. the head coach telling us he's having a lot of fun coaching his 4-3 football team this season. >> this is a fun football team to coach. they have great energy. they have a great attitude. their work ethic is exceptional.
we are not as clean in certain air yarls that we need to be. it's not a lack of effort or detail. it's kinds of where we are. lance: adams answer evans teamed up for the kickoff of mow movember. >> this is all i can grow. >> just put that out there right now, you don't have the chance. you still have a baby face. you have time to develop more facial hair. rod: grow out your beard paul month and share a picture on facebook or twitter. in our second segment of sports,
johnson: social security is a legal ponzi scheme. senior 1: ron johnson is attacking social security. senior 2:
he wants to let wall street risk it in the stock market. johnson: free money... young people don't really necessarily understand finance. college student 1: ron johnson voted to raise the cost of student loans - college student 2: he just doesn't get it. worker: he says he's for jobs, but ron johnson supports trade deals that hurt wisconsin. v.o.: attacking social security. lost overseas. senator ron johnson - he's hurting wisconsin families.
the bucks couple with the steal. he slams it home. that ties the game up at 41 apiece. the bucks moving the ball well. they will kick it off to tony here they come on the dunk. later in the 4th quarter. he the bucks up 114-112. he buries the trifecta. he finishes with 24 points. the bucks get the win on the road 117-113. allen helped his team make it to the eastern conference finals in 2001.
when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord.
but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition