Baldwin spokesman John Kraus said Mr. Thompson’s alignment with the conservative vice presidential candidate could also scare off moderate and undecided voters who are expected to decide the state’s Senate and presidential races.
“I know Republicans would like to think that only their side is energized, but Wisconsin Democrats know Ryan and the path he wants to take the country on very well,” Mr. Kraus said. “It’s a two-way street on that.”
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