Madison– Yesterday, in response to attacks from Republican primary opponent Mark Neumann that Scott Walker is spending too much time on the campaign trail at the expense of his duties as Milwaukee County Executive, Walker campaign manager Keith Gilkes responded defensively and ferociously that his candidate was available via cell phone 24-7 to handle county issues.
Madison– Facing increased scrutiny and criticism about his shameless taxpayer-funded campaign motorcycle joyride across the state, Scott Walker has now contradicted himself on how much time and money from official county sources has been used in the planning and execution of this transparent political barnstorm of Wisconsin.
MADISON — Scott Walker said that he wouldn't take political phone calls while on his taxpayer-funded campaign joyride, but it took him less than 24 hours for him to phone in his most recent flip flop -- this time on the recent Arizona immigration law.
MADISON — Following in the footsteps of his mentor, former Wisconsin Senator Bill Proxmire, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind recently was named to the top 10 list of independent “mavericks” in the 111th Congress in a newly-published academic paper.
MADISON — As Scott Walker abandons the crises he caused in Milwaukee to go on a week-long corporate- and taxpayer-funded joyride around Wisconsin, more evidence is emerging of how he's turned the county executive’s office into his campaign's headquarters.
MADISON-As Scott Walker this weekend begins his taxpayer- and corporate-funded campaign junket across Wisconsin, Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chairman Mike Tate on Thursday demanded that Walker be forbidden from discussing his race for the GOP gubernatorial nomination along the trip and questioned just how Walker could leave Milwaukee County unattended as it faces a flurry of crises caused by directly by the ineptness of the failed county executive.
MADISON-As crime continues to drop dramatically in Milwaukee under the leadership of Tom Barrett, who today received the endorsement of the Wisconsin Professional Police Association, Republican gubernatorial candidates Mark Neumann and Scott Walker continue to advance plans for massive public safety layoffs that would remove hundreds of police from Wisconsin's streets.
MADISON -As multimillionaire extremist Ron Johnson gets ready to officially launch his U.S. Senate Republican primary campaign on Monday, he has doubled down on distortion and has now apparently brought on a Republican Party, D.C. insider with a history of peddling fear and deception.Johnson has already hired the Republican political operative responsible for the most "highly offensive and deliberately misleading" political ad in Wisconsin history.
MADISON — Ron Johnson told voters this week all they need to know about what kind of campaign he intends to run for U.S. Senate. Johnson, a multimillionaire, Tea Party activist made his first campaign move by hiring the Republican political operative who produced the most "highly offensive and deliberately misleading" political ad in Wisconsin history. Johnson's first hire is Darrin Schmitz, who is responsible for the notorious ad on behalf of Mike Gableman's 2008 campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court.