A leading leftwing messaging expert thinks Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke is botching her campaign’s messaging.
Matt Adamczyk doesn’t even hold elected office and already he’s crusading against wasteful spending by state government bureaucrats.
He’s a married father of three and a church elder. On July 23 he will hold a fundraiser with a lobbyist tied to the D.C. Madam prostitution scandal.
The plan could cost the state tens of millions of dollars more than what Department of Revenue officials originally estimated.
A contested legislative fight earlier this year over reforms to asbestos litigation is playing a role in two key elections.
Audio, video and legislative documents show ex-GOP state Sen. Van Wanggaard lying about his record on concealed carry.
League of Women Voters staff and a competing campaign allege Leibham played politics and flip-flopped about forum participation.
Millions of dollars in high-tech war fighting equipment is flooding Wisconsin law enforcement agencies thanks to a federal program designed to give police departments access to tools originally designed for soldiers.
Pro-life, pro-traditional marriage groups aren’t handing out endorsements to just any GOP candidate who gives the right answers.