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GOP senses chance to beat Obama in Wisconsin

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SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - Republicans see a lack of enthusiasm for President Obama when they look out across Wisconsin, and they're hoping that that diminished energy level will give them the opening they need to seize the traditionally Democratic state for GOP nominee Mitt Romney. "I don't think there's any state where Obama has lost more ground than Wisconsin," said state Rep. Steve Kestell, a Romney...

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