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Other Big Wisconsin Winners Tuesday

While Governor Scott Walker has yet to concede, Democrat Tony Evers appears to be the biggest winner in Wisconsin’s Tuesday elections with an apparent win over Walker. A close second would be Democrat Josh Kaul who closed a gap in the polls to earn an apparent victory over incumbent Republican Attorney general Brad Schimel. But […]

Why Did Baldwin Warn Supporters About MU Law School Poll?

An email sent to supporters of U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin’s campaign sent out Wednesday morning warned recipients that the University Marquette Law Poll may show a much closer race than last month, and asked supporters to donate to the cause. However, when released,  the MU Law Poll showed Baldwin growing a ten point lead over […]

GOP Accuses Evers of Investment Hypocrisy

The Republican Party of Wisconsin Tuesday accused Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers of hypocrisy for what it says are conflicts between Evers words on the campaign trail and investments he has made. The GOP cites several examples of contrast between Evers’ purported positions and his personal investments: That Evers voices support for renewable energy and […]

Biden and Evers and Plagiarism

Former Vice President Joe Biden is visiting Wisconsin Tuesday ahead of the election to rally Democratic voters with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers and other Democratic candidates. Biden’s support of Evers is ironic, as both have been involved in plagiarism scandals during their campaigns. Biden was accused of plagiarism while running for the 1988 presidential […]

Evers, Obama Rally for Democrats at Failing MPS School

As Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers campaigns with former President Barack Obama at North Division High School in Milwaukee, critics wonder if the Democrats accidentally chose an appropriate setting for Evers’ campaign for governor. “It makes perfect sense for Superintendent Evers to hold a political rally at a public high school in Milwaukee,” said […]

Several Stations Agree to Stop Airing Ad Attacking Schimel

By Jerry Bader and James Wigderson The campaign manager for Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel says several television stations in Wisconsin have agreed to stop airing an ad attacking Schimel. Johnny Koremenos said that “at issue is a commercial run by the People’s Lawyer Project, a shadowy out-of-state group funded by the Democratic Attorneys General […]

Bryce Refuses to Apologize for Calling Police “Terrorists”

Despite two challenges by his opponent, Randy Bryce, the Democratic candidate in the 1st Congressional District, is refusing to apologize for a Twitter post from 2012 in which he referred to police as “terrorists.” The Twitter post has become an issue in the campaign as the candidate’s own brother, James Bryce, has appeared in an […]

Snapshot of Sixth Congressional District Debate

A debate yesterday between the 6th Congressional District candidates, incumbent Republican Congressman Glenn Grothman and Democrat Dan Kohl, focused on  their positions on many issues ranging from border security, healthcare, to legalizing marijuana. Josh Dukelow of WHBY radio in Appleton moderated the event. On the issue of border security, both candidates expressed a need for a […]