The controversy surrounding the “John Doe III” investigation continues, as Senate Majority leader Scott Fitzgerald recently called for an expanded investigation into the former Government of Accountability Board. Senator Leah Vukmir, whose emails were revealed in a report by Attorney General Brad Schimel as among those targeted, called for criminal charges on Tuesday against those […]
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald are now calling for the resignation of two Ethic and Election Commission administrators, after Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel’s report last week regarding the leak of thousands of private GOP emails. Attorney General Brad Schimel spoke with Media Trackers Director of Communications Jerry Bader Thursday […]
Repealing the prevailing wage law in Wisconsin has been a battle for Republicans since the planning of the 2015-17 state budget, and in the last budget, was successfully repealed. Over the years, repealing prevailing wage was met with opposition from both sides, including figures like Speaker Robin Vos, who stripped State Representative Andre Jacque from his Assembly committee chairmanships […]
While it’s predictable that democrats would continue to find any issues they can within the Foxconn deal, Senate and Assembly Republicans now seem to be at odds with one another on the pace at which the bill is moving. In an interview conducted by Media Trackers Communications Director Jerry Bader, Senate Republican leader Scott Fitzgerald […]
Gov. Scott Walker (R) and Senate conservatives aren’t about to support a gas tax hike.
Here are the 8 public officials responsible for getting the repeal of prevailing wage for local governments through the legislature.
While Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Police Chief Ed Flynn attack the legislature for Milwaukee’s crime problem, Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald uses Media Trackers numbers to show Milwaukee’s criminal justice system is more likely the cause.
As the U.S. DOJ investigates WI private schools a group of WI state senators demand answers.
In his opinion, Adelman essentially declares that there is nothing the legislature can do to fix the Voter ID law and comply with his decision.
It is a situation that gives the appearance of an official Republican Party group being biased in a primary election for an open state Senate seat.