Four Republican candidates for Senate met Friday night in a debate that mainly focused on business, taxes and healthcare.
Eric hovde, Tommy Thompson, Mark Neumann and Jeff Fitzgerald answered questions about what they would do if elected.
One of the moderators prefaced an economic question by noting that three of the four are multi-millionaires.
All four candidates sounded similar themes, saying the government must make tough spending cuts, scale back regulations and simplify the federal tax code.
The winner in the August primary next Tuesday will face Democrat Tammy Baldwin in the November general election.