MADISON-Following is the statement of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin's "Women Against Walker" group, in response to Rebecca Kleefisch's use of an anti-woman slur against gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Falk.
"Scott Walker policies have moved Wisconsin in the wrong direction. In his first year in office, Walker led Wisconsin to be ranked #1 in jobs loss, #2 in cuts to K-12 education, and #3 in cuts to higher education. And despite Scott Walker's shameful attempt to pay for billions in corporate handouts by raising taxes on seniors and devastating our public schools, Walker still has a massive budget deficit."
More John Doe Revelations: Secret Network Messages Discuss “Political Operation” in Walker’s Administration
MADISON – Transcripts released yesterday as part of the criminal prosecution of former Scott Walker aide and fundraiser Kelly Rindfleisch for four felony counts of illegal campaigning from Scott Walker’s office reveal even more details about the extent to which Walker’s administration was set up as a political machine.
Following is a statement from Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on this morning's court ruling that the Republican redistricting maps drawn last summer violate the Voting Rights Act and must be redrawn.
Statement of WisDems Chair Mike Tate on the Paul Ryan Budget that Ends Medicare as We Know It to Fund Tax Breaks for Millionaires, Billionaires and Corporations
MADISON – Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the newly released Republican budget plan offered by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following the announcement by President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin Mahlon Mitchell that he will seek the nomination to replace Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.
News is breaking that Sean Duffy, who said that he "struggles" on his $174,000 annual Congressional salary, spent $225,000 in taxpayer dollars to send out unsolicited pieces of mail as he clings to his seat.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following news that Republicans will lose their majority in the Senate following the resignation of state Sen. Pam Galloway.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party Chair Mike Tate following the end of a legislative session that failed to produce any meaningful jobs legislation yet included a full-scale assault on women and other nasty bits of social extremism.