Wisconsin’s close Senate race could determine control of Congress

The midterm elections are less than a month away and a small handful of states will be critical in deciding the balance of the Senate. One of those states is Wisconsin, where Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes is looking to unseat Republican incumbent Sen. Ron Johnson who has a slight lead in the latest polls. Judy Woodruff traveled to Wisconsin and has a preview of the race.

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