The GOP senator previously said that long-term politicians have "abused their power" and "created a brokenness" in Washington, D.C.
Polling averages show that in several Senate races across the country, Democratic and Republican candidates are neck-and-neck with two days until the midterms.
The newspaper wrote that Johnson "has played fast and loose with the facts for years," before adding that "democracy is on the ballot" on November 8.
Barack Obama said the GOP is "not interested in solving problems" and that it's "interested in making you angry, and then finding somebody to blame."
Obama was speaking about the attack on Paul Pelosi when he was interrupted by a member of the crowd.
The former Democratic president is seeking to boost his party in two races with razor-thin margins with less than two weeks until the midterms.
Once a clear favorite in a race to the unpopular Johnson, Barnes lost his narrow summertime lead in September and now finds himself several points behind.
Democrats and Republicans are in a close race for control of the Senate ahead of the midterms, with some analysts predicting Democrats have a slight advantage.
The editorial calls Ron Johnson "the worst Wisconsin political representative since the infamous Senator Joseph McCarthy."
Johnson's campaign sent a press release following Thursday's debate calling the senator the "clear winner."
"We actually voted for Ron Johnson once in the past because he seemed honest in his commercials and he is not honest," Wisconsin voter Katie Lehman said.
Polls show that Johnson is now the slight favorite in the Wisconsin Senate race.
As Mandela Barnes and Ron Johnson stand locked in a 48-49 Senate race, independents could decide the election — but only 33% of them voted in the last midterm.
"If a guy has 5,000 cows and a great credit line at the bank, that means the community he lives in is short about 50 farmers," a Wisconsin farmer told Newsweek.
The survey of Wisconsin voters follows recent polls showing tightening Senate races in swing states that could tip the balance in Washington, D.C.
"This is massive FRAUD & ELECTION INTERFERENCE at a level never seen before in our Country," the former president wrote on Truth Social on Monday morning.
The senators accused FBI officials of downplaying "derogatory information" on the president's son for the "purpose of shutting down investigative activity."
Unlike abortion, Johnson said the decision to protect same-sex marriage would "never be overturned" by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Republican Senator Ron Johnson said that he "fielded three texts and sent two."
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor currently appears favored by voters over the incumbent Republican senator.
With fewer than 100 days until the 2022 midterms, support for Wisconsin's Democratic Lieutenant Governor Mandela Barnes is surging, a new poll says.
The Trump residence is a security "nightmare," said an ex-intelligence officer, in contrast to the GOP senator's assessment.
Recent polling and forecasts show Democrats are favored to maintain control of the Senate, and possibly expand their majority, in the November 8 election.
Wisconsin's lieutenant governor is set to face off against the Republican senator now that the other top Democratic contenders have dropped out.
The highly competitive Senate race in Pennsylvania is likely to prove crucial in deciding who controls the chamber in 2023.
"He has no credibility when it comes to good-government procedures," the editorial wrote about the senator on Sunday.
Democratic Rep. Ron Kind also called for the Department of Justice to examine what Johnson's involvement in the scheme actually was.
The Republican senator previously pledged not to seek a third term but announced he'd changed his mind in January.
The January 6 Committee unveiled text messages between staffers of Ron Johnson and Mike Pence on the same day as the Capital riots.
Although national polls and historical precedent show the GOP favored to win big in the November midterm, Democrats hope to maintain control of the Senate.