Hillary Clinton finally shows up in Wisconsin, after she failed to campaign in the Badger State last fall and lost to Donald Trump. A nearly full house at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater heard Clinton explain “What Happened” as she promoted her book about her 2016 defeat — the first by a Democrat in Wisconsin’s race for the White House since 1984. Clinton called herself a victim of Wisconsin’s voter I-D law — saying it discouraged votes from students, senior citizens, and minorities. But she said she was encouraged by Tuesday’s elections in which Democrats won gubernatorial contests in Virginia and New Jersey and more women were elected down the ballots. Clinton said the only way to end sexism in politics is for voters to elect more women — and she said the nation needs a stronger response to opioid addiction and keeping gains made by Obamacare.