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.
Colleen Van Stippen, wife and aide to Democratic state Senate candidate Bryan Van Stippen, was implicated in a bizarre theft cover-up in 2007.
John Redmond (D), who is challenging incumbent Jessie Rodriguez (R) in Wisconsin’s 21st Assembly district, is also drawing a $100,000 paycheck from the Teamsters Union. John Redmond recently defeated Frank Disco Gratke in the Democratic primary clearing the way for a general election challenge to incumbent Jessie Rodriguez in Wisconsin’s 21st Assembly district. In the […]
Winners: Paul Ryan: Paul Ryan again proved that he has his finger on the pulse of Wisconsin’s 1st congressional district. Despite the effort to “Cantor” him, Ryan showed the importance of staying in touch with his district in crushing his challenger 84%-16%. Moderate Democrats: Though Senator Lena Taylor is extremely liberal on many issues she […]
Paul Ryan’s primary challenger has been in the national spotlight since Donald Trump tweeted appreciation to him for some “kind words” that Nehlen had shared with him. Unfortunately Nehlen has shown himself to woefully unprepared for that spotlight. On Monday, Nehlen made an appearance on Chicago radio and called for a debate on the deportation […]
Sen. Russ Feingold (D) is really, really concerned about student loan debt, except when he’s teaching for a California school where students can wrack up a lot of student loan debt.
Messed up abbreviation on campaign finance report places vendor in California when it should be Canada.