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Possible Answers: HEM.
Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – Jan 12 2022
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The 2004 United States Senate election in Wisconsin was held on November 2, 2004. Incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Russ Feingold won re-election to a third term. As of 2022, this is the last time the Democrats won the Class 3 Senate seat from Wisconsin.
Michels insisted he has more real world experience than Feingold, someone he called an “extreme liberal” who was out of touch with Wisconsin voters. Feingold attacked back by saying that any Republican would be a rubber stamp for President Bush. The incumbent had $2.2 million in the bank, while Michels had already spent $1 million in the primary and had only about $150,000 left.
During both the primary and general election campaigns, Michel ran a series of ads attacking Feingold for his status as the sole senator to oppose the 2001 Patriot Act. One of his earliest ads during the primary accused Feingold of putting “his liberal ideology before our safety”, while another primary spot featured footage of the September 11 Attacks and a voice-over saying that “our leaders passed new laws to keep us safe. But Russ Feingold voted against those laws.” After easily winning the Republican primary against three opponents, Michel released two more anti-Feingold spots focusing on the Patriot Act. One of the ads showed further footage of the September 11 attacks, while another depicted a Middle Eastern spy photographing a Wisconsin nuclear power plant before Michels appears on-screen and announces that Unlike Russ Feingold, I will support renewing the PATRIOT Act, because we need to be able to track and stop terrorists before they strike again.” Michels reported that one-fifth of his campaign’s advertising budget was devoted to making and airing the spots.