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Wisconsin | Policy

Encouraging New Jobs Numbers In Wisconsin

By Collin Roth On Thursday, a new jobs report was released detailing the addition of 12,900 private sector job in Wisconsin. Since Governor Walker took office in January with the mission of making Wisconsin “open for business,” the state has added 39,300 private sector jobs in just six months. With June’s numbers accounting for half […]

Wisconsin | Policy

New Poll Shows Wisconsinites Disapprove Of Merit Selection For Judges

By Collin Roth The Washington D.C. based organization Justice At Stake released a poll showing that despite Wisconsinites widespread disapproval of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, 59% oppose changing from elections to a merit-selection system. Justice At Stake Director Bert Brandenburg said “in Wisconsin, there are real questions about whether the public has lost confidence that […]

Wisconsin | Organizations

30 Misleading Seconds From We Are Wisconsin PAC

By Collin Roth New district, same script. The We Are Wisconsin PAC unveiled its latest ad against Republican State Senator Luther Olsen this week, attacking him with the same tired rhetoric of ‘corporate tax breaks before education.’ In fact, the We Are Wisconsin PAC is using the same exact script as an ad they are […]

Wisconsin | Campaigns

Towering Triumph? Vanderleest Was Outspent 33:1

By Collin Roth On Tuesday night, in what was a predictable result, Democrat Senator Dave Hansen defeated Republican David Vanderleest in the Senate District 30 recall election. With 99% of precincts reporting, Senator Hansen earned 20,653 votes, good enough to defeat Vanderleest 66% to 34%. So was Senator Hansen’s victory a “towering triumph” or a […]

Wisconsin | Policy

Brown County Sheriff Captain Defends Concealed Carry Law

By Collin Roth Brown County Sheriff Captain Randy Schultz shot back at Sheboygan County District Attorney Joe DeCecco’s comments that blasted the new concealed carry law for putting “our officers at risk when they are simply trying to do their sworn duty and remain as safe as possible.” DeCecco felt that the new law, which forbids […]

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