Wisconsin Senate Race One of the more competitive Senate races this year is in the state of Wisconsin, between incumbent Democrat Russell Feingold and two-term congressman Mark Neumann. It's one of several seats Republicans hope to capture this fall to solidify their hold on the Senate. Campaign finance reform and partial birth abortion are two of the main campaign issues to emerge so far. Among the unknowns is the impact of President Clinton's problems on Democratic voter turnout. Both candidates think turnout could be low. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.