Almost seven of every ten Wisconsin adults will have voted in Tuesday elections, including the nearly 800-thousand who voted early. Republicans will try to win the state’s ten presidential electoral votes for the first time since Ronald Reagan in 1984, and Donald Trump is trying to become only the third Republican since 1960 to carry the Badger State. Polls give Democrat Hillary Clinton a slight lead in Wisconsin, and the state’s U-S Senate contest is so close, it’s considered a tossup by some pundits. Incumbent Ron Johnson is trying to become the first state Republican since Bob Kasten in 1980 to win a Senate post in a presidential year, and if Democrat Russ Feingold defeats Johnson, he would be the first since 1934 to win back any U-S Senate seat after losing it six years earlier. State officials expect a record three-point-one million Wisconsinites to vote, and the polls open at seven a-m and close at eight tonight.