MADISON – Today in Green Bay, U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson will have an opportunity to explain to Wisconsin seniors how his plans to repeal and cut Medicare benefits will provide them with “peace of mind and certainty that the programs they’ve been planning their retirement around will remain intact and be the safety net they’re meant to be.”
MADISON — On Monday an oil pipeline burst, threatening Lake Michigan with an EPA estimate of more than one million gallons of oil likely meant for BP’s refinery in Whiting, Indiana — a century-old facility known for its record of safety violations and pollution.
MADISON - The Democratic Party of Wisconsin Thursday announced its first television advertising purchases of the 2010 gubernatorial race with a spot that highlights Scott Walker's self-serving decision to abandon Milwaukee County to go campaigning in the midst of historic and deadly flooding.
Will Ron Johnson Tell Wisconsin Seniors About His Plan to Repeal and Cut Medicare Benefits Tomorrow?
MADISON – Today, multimillionaire Ron Johnson is meeting with “professional politicians” in Washington D.C. who have made a career out of working to cut Medicare and privatize Social Security.
MADISON - Sean Duffy has expressed support for the Republican plan to end Medicare as we know it, so we wondered how he was celebrating its 45th birthday today.
MADISON – Although he has yet to visit every county in Wisconsin, multimillionaire Ron Johnson will make his second secret fundraising trip to Washington DC tomorrow. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) is scheduled to hold a fundraiser for him at the NRSC headquarters.
MADISON - Scott Walker's waterlogged campaign is claiming budget savings that do not exist.
MADISON - As Washington Republicans today impede the passage of critical campaign finance reform, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin called on Republican 7th Congressional District candidates Dan Mielke and former reality tee-vee star Sean Duffy to state whether they stand with special interests and foreign governments or with Wisconsin voters.
MADISON — Multimillionaire Ron Johnson reversed himself again Monday, saying he now wasn’t certain whether he would sell his BP stock, after previously telling supporters and the media that he planned to sell the stock “to help pay for his campaign.” The initial flip-flop came after Johnson’s campaign initially said he would keep the stock.