Craig Gilbert

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Craig Gilbert is Washington bureau chief for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and writes its Wisconsin Voter blog.

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Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania went twice for Barack Obama. But they gave Donald Trump his Electoral College upset when they had the chance. Would they do it again?

Donald Trump In the Upper Midwest: The Man Who’s Not on the Ballot

Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania went twice for Barack Obama. But they gave Donald Trump his Electoral College upset when they had the chance. Would they do it again?

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In the East Room of the White House yesterday — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at his side,  President Trump announced plans  for a $10 billion factory that could produce 13,000 jobs.

The politics of a Wisconsin Foxconn factory

In the East Room of the White House yesterday — Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker at his side, President Trump announced plans for a $10 billion factory that could produce 13,000 jobs.

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Nobody believed it would happen, but Janesville, Wisconsin, lost its General Motors plant in the Great Recession, almost 100 years after it opened.

The broken promise to Janesville

Nobody believed it would happen, but Janesville, Wisconsin, lost its General Motors plant in the Great Recession, almost 100 years after it opened.

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