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about hillary and my dad is talking to me about donald trump. >> i'm not sure who i want to vote for because both candidates are unfit for the job they have to commit to >> reporter: others have already cast a ballot. >> i would have go with hillary clinton, but i don't like either candidate. >> uwm have set up a booth to provide information on obtaining a voter id and finding polling places. more than 1,200 students have registered to vote on campus. >> it's tense. everybody has different sides and everybody is a little more sided than usual elections i've seen >> reporter: this professor says it's carrying over. >> i would say the student body at uwm is much more politicized than it was years ago >> reporter: some say they're
then -- >> i'm not excited to see what happens. i'm kind of worried about it >> reporter: and many uwm students won't have to travel far to vote. there are three polling sites on campus. >> thank you. 70% of the state's voting age population are expected to cast their ballots for tuesday's election. tens of thousands of people have already voted near milwaukee. we're live at one of the early voti >> reporter: they're filling early voting locations. people have until tomorrow to cast their ballot. we were in brookfield where today is the last day for early voters. >> the casting of the ballot, a sigh of relief. >> i'll be glad when it's over >> reporter: and a light at the end of the tunnel. >> really tired of all the arguing and fighting and, you know, i will be happy when it's done
voters, early voting is part nerves. >> i hope i went the right direction and picked the best candidate for the job. >> while they reached record early voting numbers, brookfield has issued just over 9,000 early ballots. that's more than 75,000 in waukesha county. they say that's comparable to the 2012 election, but voters say this may be many. >> nerve racking for a rot of pele many waited to cast their vote. >> i heard it was going faster. i thought it was going to be shorter >> reporter: now they're ready for decision night. >> hope approximately the person i -- hopefully the person i voted for is all going to win. >> hopefully after this, we can come together and move ahead >> reporter: it is the last day to catch a ballot for people outside of milwaukee. of course you can still cast your ballot on tuesday, election day.
>> and the bells downtown always right there on cue. >> receiving get out the vote help from vice president joe biden. he was in madison today. >> vice president joe biden playing up his middle class roots as he tries to knock down donald trump's effort to win over blue collar voters. >> these are the same trickle down policies short of a recession. everything have i rated the middle class. >> this man believes hillary will be the best. >> hillary's infrastructure plan will help build the middle class with better wages. >> biden gave them permission to leave during his speech to go vote early. democrats continue to push early voting. so far 685,000 people have voted across the state.
3.1 million voters expected during this election. >> we cannot have a donald trump in the white house. >> dave bernard and janice olson stopped by to see biden. they stopped by to collie clinton. >> he's a liar. there's nothing he says that's the truth. >> there's trust issues with clinton. >> i'm concerned about her e-mail issues. i think she should have been more forthcoming earlier. >> statement about biden's campaign stop sighing finegold's support of obama care is just setting him up to build a referendum for his support of the failed agenda. >> both candidates continue their push. mike pence will be in --
town the same time trump is set to be in --. >> trump was in new hampshire today where he continued to attack hillary clinton for her e-mail controversy. >> how can hillary manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails? >> trump's rally in west allis goes head to head with the packer's game. it starts at 3:00. doors will open at noon. >> and don't forget starts at 4:00 on tuesday. >> more local news. milwaukee brewers outfielder is arrested after a bar fight in florida. >> he was booked into jail on trespassing charges in morning in tampa. police say he was extremely intoxicated and belligerent to officers, ignoring their command to leave the area. he sent out a statement apologizing for what happened,
judgment. the general manager david stern says the team is aware of the incident and is still gathering information about what went down >> a machinery malfunction led to an accident. 49-year-old sean day was operating the machine. it became jammed. 100 pound piece of metal broke off striking day and another employee. day was pronounced dead at the scene. the othem the hospital. he is expected to survive >> 15 years in prison is the sentence for jasmine ray. she's the milwaukee woman who killed two men last september while running a stoplight while feeding in an suv. ray was also ordered to serve ten years probation. >> switch gears now and talk about the weather and why not. look at that. it's been absolutely beautiful. this is a live look from port washington.
next week will be totally dark. clocks go back this weekend. high temperatures today across the midwest. 62 in milwaukee. 68 in lacrosse. 60s as far north as international falls. waukesha right now, it's 54 degrees. southwest winds at 6 miles per hour. dew point is 43. it's a beautiful night for your fish fry. 53. at 8:00, at 10:00 under clear skies. i will be back to talk about an absolutely spectacular weekend forecast in just a few minutes. >> all right. john, thanks. milwaukee police making an international impact.
>> for months police officials, judges, prosecutors from the eastern european country are in milwaukee meeting with mpd. they're studying the practices of the courts and the prosecutors. >> one of the best ways to learn is to teach. obviously the time we spend teaching other agencies is time we spend learning actually more about ourselves as well as learning the things we do, >> the visit is facilitated by the u.s. state department. montenagro is about 35,000 miles away. they only have about 30,000 people more than milwaukee >> a new attraction to check out during the milwaukee county zoo's family day tomorrow. that's josie. she's four years old and ways 2,000 pounds. she comes to milwaukee from the pittsburgh zoo.
>> can you imagine having a 4,000 pound 4-year-old? >> well, it was a great day to get out
to the zoo with temperatures in the 60s. find out which day hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me."
>> should be great weather for milwaukee's veteran's day parade that sets off tomorrow at 8:00 with more than 1,000 veterans and military members. floats, marching bands as well as tanks and jeeps. here's the route. it winds down well streets. there will be a service to honor military members killed in the line of duty. >> well, the predential race starts on tuesday at the milwaukee institute of design. better known as miad. the school is holding a slot car race between hillary clinton and donald trump. the cars were created with miad's new 3d software and printed on 3d printers. very cool. >> well, the affordable care act has been a talking point.
focuses on claims from ron johnson. >> he made comments saying, quote, the fact of the matter is prior to obama care here in wisconsin, 95% of wisconsinites. it has not had an impact. after it, 90% were covered. >> when asked for evidence, a spokespersonaid johnson made a mistake in his claim. he meant to say 94% were insured before obama care and 95 after. also, the numbers johnson cited are not up to date. >> he cited numbers from 2010 and 2014, but those are not the most recent numbers. and 2014 was the year when many parts of obama care were just taking effect. >> according to a report, the
in 2014. that's nearly a 40% decrease from before obama care to after. >> there has been a significant change since obama care took effect and how many are insured in the state of wisconsin. we rated the senator's claim false. >> during the same debate, johnson criticized the act for boosting premiums. a recent report shows health care affordable care act will jump 40% next yea >> you're going to like what johnny lan has for you -- milan has for you. >> coming up tomorrow at 11 o'clock, the veteran's day parade. the weather will be absolutely perfect. there's no way to not go out and support the veterans in the parade. temperature at 60 degrees. lots of sunshine. daylight saving time ends.
you get a little bit of an extra hour of sleep. this weekend looks spectacular. 64 degrees, as i mentioned on saturday. just perfect weather everywhere across southeastern wisconsin. sunday, more of the same. sunny, 65 degrees. winds light from the south both days. you're looking at absolutely mild temperatures all the way up to the canadian border. 64 in international falls. 67 in fargo. warmer than us here at 62 degrees. currtly 57 in milwaukee with a dew point of 43. so the air relatively dry. it's going to continue that way. we could get that morning fog on those very light southwest winds. temperatures at 57 right now. milwaukee at 56. we're seeing 54 in port washington. burlington and sheboygan, we're at 54 in white water. just a pleasant evening setting up. this picture is time lapsing for
we'll see clouds out to the south. nothing straight to the west. there are no organized rainmakers coming in. as a matter of fact, this high pressure system takes hold throughout the whole weekend. as it flowly moves to the -- slowly moves to the west, this will continue on. look at sunday. not a cloud in the sky indicated by our computer model. tonight, 45 degrees. milwaukee, inland, patchy fog developing very late, wel midnight. tomorrow, another great day. mostly sunny skies, air is very low as far as humidity. southwest winds are light. again, 64. just one degree warmer with mostly sunny skies. here is your storm team forecast. monday looking pretty good also. partly cloudy and 61. still 60 on election day. tuesday, with just a small thread of an isolated shower and shouldn't have any effect on going out to the voting booths.
58 on thursday with sunshine and 56 with a shower on friday. all of those temperatures are well above normal for this time in november. >> bonus days. thanks. >> they are, yeah. >> nt in sports, th pack's plan of attack. how they plan on having luck on >> and here's tonight's prime time lineup. at 6:30, the now milwaukee followed by caught on camera with nick canon. and russ: as ie traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in neeof goopaying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals lp other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line -