The Jerry Bader radio show on WTAQ included a segment today on the WI-8 race and Terri McCormick's comments about military service from last night's candidate forum. Bader quotes from my blog post on the topic extensively.
I wanted to highlight the segment not just for the self-promotional aspect (though that is nice) but for the last two minutes where Bader examines the current state of the race.
Basically Reid Ribble is a conservative businessman whose resume and abilities present the best chance to defeat Steve Kagen this fall. He has had some missteps in the campaign, so he is not a perfect candidate by any means (these seem to loom larger for Bader than they do for me personally, but the analysis is still correct). Roger Roth, on the other hand, is an exciting candidate who many primary voters might find more agreement with on an issue by issue basis. But there is a sense that this may not be Roth's time (Bader suggests he may be a "green banana").
I'd say this sums up pretty nicely the state of the dilemma for WI-8 voters.
You can listen to the segment here.