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Behind the scenes of Wisconsin’s protest vote

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President Biden secured the democratic nomination for 2024, but in democratic primaries across the country, voters are choosing another option: uncommitted. Their goal is to send a message to the president about his handling of the war in Gaza. In the battleground state of Michigan, over 100,000 people voted uncommitted. Now, the movement’s set its sights on Wisconsin. In this week’s Stay Tuned we go behind the scenes with the Listen to Wisconsin campaign as they try to get voters to mark “uninstructed” on their ballots – their state’s version of “uncommitted.”