MADISON— After quitting his day job to campaign full-time, do-nothing D.A. and reality tee-vee star Sean Duffy has finally announced his plans-for commuting.
MADISON-News is breaking that Scott Walker's gubernatorial ambitions have lead to stonewalling into the investigation of his mental health complex, where female patients were raped as a result of policy.
Ron Johnson's Latest Hypocrisy on Government Assistance: His Own Job Was Created by a Government Grant
MADISON – U.S. Senate Candidate Ron Johnson’s own job at PACUR was created with the assistance of a $75,000 grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that required the company “to create or cause to be created 11 permanent new jobs.”
MADISON - Following is the response of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following denials of J.B. Van Hollen of misconduct for his role in covering up the sexually-harassing text messages sent to an abuse victim by Van Hollen's political ally, Calumet County District Attorney Ken Kratz.
MADISON – The Democratic Party of Wisconsin today called for an independent investigation of Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s handling of the case of Ken Kratz, a political ally and admitted sexual predator. The call follows reports that Van Hollen’s office decided against any disciplinary action of Kratz despite pleas from his 25-year old victim.
MADISON — For years, the Republican Party has invented a myth that Russ Feingold has outspent his opponents in his three election victories- 1992, 1998, and 2004.
After Year of Campaigning, Sean Duffy Touts His Celebrity, Clarifies What He’ll Do If Elected: “Talk”
MADISON - After more than a year pining for higher office, reality tee-vee star and do-nothing D.A. Sean Duffy finally announced what voters can expect to see if he's sent to Congress: “Talk.”
MADISON– J.B. Van Hollen made time to speak with Joe the Plumber at a Tea Party rally but he cannot find the time to let the public know the truth about his extremist agenda by accepting Scott Hassett’s challenge to four debates.
MADISON — Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Ron Johnson, who has already dodged a dozen debate opportunities in the primary campaign, announced yesterday that he was dodging three more debates with Russ Feingold this year, including the unprecedented move of dodging the “We the People,” debate scheduled for Oct. 22 in Madison.