Sam Morateck

Handler, Vukmir Spar on Twitter

Comedian Chelsea Handler, who has recently injected herself into Wisconsin politics, did so again this week with a tweet of support for Democratic U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin. Handler’s tweet then prompted a twitter exchange between her and Baldwin’s Republican challenger, state Senator Leah Vukmir over the issue of equal pay for women. During the Wisconsin […]

UWSP Student Government Kavanaugh Statement Challenged

The College Republicans of the University of Stevens Point recently released a press release criticizing a letter passed by the Student Government Association concerning sexual assault and Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment. College Republicans Chairperson Amelia Heup told Media Trackers that the conservative senators on the board, “were not made aware that this was passed or even up […]

Kohl Dodges Term Limits Question

Media Trackers previously reported on the irony surrounding 6th District Congressional Democratic candidate Dan Kohl’s campaign add touting his support for congressional term limits given that  his uncle,  Herb Kohl, had served 24 years in the U.S senate. Kohl’s campaign did not respond to Media Trackers regarding Kohl’s opinion of his uncle’s long term, and […]

UWSP Pro-Life Group Apologizes for Missionaries to the Preborn Protest

The UW-Stevens Point pro-life organization, Pointers for Life,  apologized this week after another pro-life group not associated with the college or group was accused of harassing students and disrupting classes. The anti-abortion group Missionaries to the Preborn protested at the UW-Stevens Point campus earlier this week, as part of their “Wisconsin Fall Campus Tour” which […]

Dan Kohl, Term Limits and Irony

6th District Congressional Democratic candidate Dan Kohl recently argued for term limits, saying eight years in Congress is enough. Apparently lost on Kohl is the irony of his position, given that his uncle, retired Senator Herb Kohl, served 24 years in the U.S. Senate. On “Upfront with Mike Gousha” Kohl told Gousha he believes in […]

Kaul Doesn’t Talk on Issues; Money Sources Say Plenty

Democratic Attorney General candidate Josh Kaul has many questioning his stances on certain topics such as managing the prison populations and sanctuary cities. Absent candor on key issues, the source of much of his campaign funding may give the best indicator of what voters could expect of Kaul as Attorney General. Kaul is running against Republican […]

Walker Not Backing Down on Teacher’s License Revocation Issue

With Governor Scott Walker touting himself as the “education governor” and with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers as his Democratic opponent, education issues are dominating this fall’s race. Walker and Republicans have hit Evers hard on the issue of not revoking the licenses of teachers accused of inappropriate behavior. Politifact recently evaluated an […]

Gov. Walker Defends Against Prison Visit Criticism

Governor Scott Walker has said he believes there is no value in his visiting state correctional facilities. This position has been criticized on the left and has puzzled some on the right. In an interview with Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader, Walker defended against the criticism expressing his views on reform, and was again […]

DOC Defends Against “Missing” Sex Offenders Allegations

A press release by Representative Sondy Pope about “missing sex-offenders” is being used by Democrats to criticize Walker and the Department of Corrections.  Pope is referring to those not in compliance with sex offender registration requirements. However, Democrats and Pope fail to recognize that under Walker the noncompliance rates are lower than under Governor Doyle, […]