In it, Johnson claimed he will protect the rights of gun owners, but Feingold won't. Johnson has said he agrees with the strategy of waiting for the results of the presidential election before holding confirmation hearings, and he said he thinks the Supreme Court is functioning just fine with eight members.
Throughout the night, Johnson and Feingold discussed issues of economic security, college affordability, trade, foreign policy, immigration, medical coverage, opioid and heroin addiction and the current presidential election.
He also voted for the Affordable Care Act, something Johnson has used to attack him in the campaign.
"I will only vote to confirm judges, not liberal activists", Johnson said, adding he believes it's "fair" to delay a vote on Garland until after the November 8 election.
But here's what Johnson left out of the ad: Feingold also voted to confirm judges whose decisions have strengthened gun rights.
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Veteran journalist Mike Gousha will moderate Tuesday's debate.
The incumbent, Republican Ron Johnson, is a conservative manufacturer from Oshkosh who won the office in 2010, the year Wisconsin Republicans almost made a clean sweep in the November elections.
His figures are accurate, of course, except that it means absolutely nothing to most Wisconsin citizens, particularly since that one manufacturer, Johnson, has spent the past six years representing only the interests of corporations and big money. Johnson said both he and Donald Trump are change agents, while Feingold said Hillary Clinton is not flawless, but he stands by his assessment that she is honest and trustworthy. "He has now broken the all-time record with his colleagues of not having a vote for a Supreme Court nominee", Johnson says. "He hasn't lifted a finger on the topic", Feingold said. "It's very bad for them, but you know who else it's bad for, our business climate", Feingold says. A Marquette University Law School poll last week had the race about even. "We need to increase the min wage substantially", Feingold said.
In Tuesday evening's final debate in a neck-and-neck Senate race, Sen. Johnson is a first-term Senator who owned and operated a plastics manufacturing company in Oshkosh before defeating Feingold for his seat in 2010.
The 90-minute debate takes place on the same day a new statewide poll from St. Norbert College showed Feingold leading the race 52 percent to Johnson's 40 percent, with a margin of plus or minus nearly 3.8 points.