Wisconsin's fall ballot took shape on Friday, with candidates filing nomination papers ahead of the state Elections Commission's end-of-the-day deadline.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker's bid for a third term and Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin's re-election run were the two highest profile races. Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel was also seeking a second term in a third statewide race.
The primary is Aug. 14 with the general election on Nov. 6. Here's a look at who filed:
Walker faces a token primary opponent while there are 10 Democrats running to take him on. They are state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, of Alma; state schools...