William “Bill” Grau falsified information on 2011 Walker recall petitions. Now he works for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin’s jobs comeback is too big for even an ultra-liberal think-tank at the UW to ignore.
Mary Hoeft, a UW professor-turned-congressional candidate, just yelled at Rep. Sean Duffy in front of his family. Here’s her history of activism.
A Milwaukee Public Schools teacher wants everyone who enters her classroom to know that she opposes efforts to reform and restructure the failing school district.
Democratic Congressional candidate waged a local jihad against family-supporting jobs that she didn’t want near her home, now she wants voters to elect her.
Arrested and released, Brostoff says he was only “handing out extra spearmint gum to people” when Milwaukee officers threw him to the ground.
Russ Feingold got slapped with $9,000 fine for violating campaign finance regulations in his 1998 U.S. Senate re-election race.
Local Wisconsin roads have seen a slight decline in quality, but a tool used by other states could help stretch transportation dollars further.
Colleen Van Stippen, wife and aide to Democratic state Senate candidate Bryan Van Stippen, was implicated in a bizarre theft cover-up in 2007.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has criticized GOP Sen. Ron Johnson 3 times more often than it has reported on Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold.