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Today's Poll

The number of high-profile Democrats campaigning for gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke keeps growing, with President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton on the list. Do you think they will help or hurt her chances of winning the Nov. 4 election against Gov. Scott Walker?
They both will help Burke.
Obama will help Burke more.
Clinton will help Burke more.
It doesn?t matter, the outcome is already certain.

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