The ex-spokesman of the Democrat Party of Wisconsin, Graeme Zielinski, tweeted on Wednesday morning that thousands of Wisconsin residents will soon lose access to BadgerCare, and no doubt some of them will die, as a result of Governor Scott Walker’s entitlement reforms.
When he was pulled over for driving while intoxicated, former Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesman Graeme Zielinski had a lot of excuses about his driving and why he couldn’t pass field sobriety tests administered by a state trooper.
Updated to include comments from Sheriff Clarke After being detained for his third drunk driving offense, former Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesman Graeme Zielinski is facing two drunk driving charges. If convicted on both, the political operative could face up to a year in jail. The charges bring a 45 day minimum sentence. In a […]
Media Trackers has obtained the criminal complaint against Zielinski filed in Jefferson County Circuit Court on August 6th The complaint reports Zielinski’s blood alcohol content was .231, nearly three times the legal .08 limit.
In order to stay in office, Democrat state Rep. Andy Jorgensen supposedly moved from his home in Fort Atkinson to a home near Lake Koshkonong in the Town of Sumner. Media Trackers has learned that Jorgensen and his wife are registered to vote at separate residences.
The federal judge who slapped an injunction on a new Wisconsin law increasing protections for women seeking an abortion is a donor to Democrat and liberal campaigns, state and federal campaign finance records show. Judge William Conley of the Western District of Wisconsin issued the injunction late Monday preventing the law from going into full effect. He also has a history of ruling against positions assumed by pro-life groups.
After months of rumors, coy shrugs of shoulders, and political gossip, it could be that a Democratic candidate to challenge Republican Governor Scott Walker is going to step forward. Mary Burke, a wealthy former executive of Trek Bicycle, could be a candidate at least some Democrats are privately pushing for.
As Republican lawmakers praise the tax cuts passed by the Joint Finance Committee as part of the budget, moderate Republican Senator Dale Schultz is complaining about the lower tax rates.
A sweeping overhaul of campaign finance regulations and some portions of state election law would enable lawmakers to collect checks from lobbyists sooner than they can now. Right now, state law says that a candidate for partisan state office may not take a campaign contribution from a lobbyist before June 1 of an election year or after election day.
Mike Tate, chairman of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, on Monday hung the hopes of a Democrat takeover of the state Senate on Senate District 17. Tate’s glee stems from the fact that over the weekend state Rep. Howard Marklein (R) announced he is running for the state Senate in District 17 next year. That […]