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October 15
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: In-person absentee voting begins Monday
· Marquette University: New Marquette Law School Poll finds ties in Wisconsin races for both governor and attorney general
· Milwaukee Co. Supv. Rainey: Critical of Gov. Scott Walker administration ruling on minimum wage
· Milwaukee Public Schools: Manhattan Project scientist among 11 Washington alums set to join Hall of Fame
· National Association of Manufacturers: Ribble honored with award for manufacturing legislative excellence
· Office of the Commissioner of Insurance: Medicare Advantage open enrollment period starts early
· One Wisconsin Now: Mary Burke repeats call for student loan reform to aid borrowers
· Raise WI: Walker’s lead evaporates as minimum wage becomes dominant election issue
· Rep. August: August praises DOR for reduction in unclaimed property claims
· Rep. Barca: Rep. Barca statement on annual fiscal report
· Rep. Barca: Schools across state feel devastating impact of Republican public school cuts, statewide voucher expansion
· Rep. Hulsey: Does Gov. Walker care more about dead dogs than healthy babies, mothers?
· Rep. Hulsey: Says Wisconsin workers need a raise
· Rep. Jorgensen: Republican budget cuts hit Whitewater, Parkview schools hard
· Rep. Kooyenga: Statement on the release of the annual fiscal report
· Rep. Vos: Statement on annual fiscal report Republicans have proven to be good stewards of taxpayer dollars
· Rep. Wright: New figures show public school cuts, statewide voucher expansion devastating to local school districts
· Ryan Campaign: Ryan for Congress releases television ad: “Mom & Aunt Ellen”
· Schimel Campaign: Statement on Marquette Law School Poll
· Sen. Darling, Rep. Nygren: Wisconsin budget ends fiscal year with half-billion dollar cash balance
· Sen. Fitzgerald: Statewide school funding up over $85 million for 2014-15 school year
· Sen. Gudex: Wisconsin continues to invest in education
· Sen. Hansen, Rep. Genrich: Praise innovative collaboration between manufacturers and public schools
· Sen. Larson: Statement on general aid certification for Wisconsin schools
· Sen. Larson: Wisconsin families deserve real answers - not more political spin - from GOP
· Sen. Shilling: Republicans run from Walker’s budget crisis
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: U.S. Attorney Vaudreuil announces Election Day Program
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Moore exposes flaws in Ebola travel ban proposal
· U.S. Sen. Baldwin: Baldwin announces nearly $93 million in winter heat aid to Wisconsin
· Westlund Campaign: Confirms attendance at Superior debate
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Statement on Mary Burke's interview with MJS editorial board
· Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development: A better bottom line: Lt. Governor Kleefisch, DWD Secretary Newson recognize 2014-15 Project SEARCH interns at St. Elizabeth Hospital
· WisDems: That’s what he said ... the minimum wage? “I don’t think it serves a purpose”
· WisGOP: Flip-flop: In one day Burke tells press she won’t raise taxes, tells supporters she will
· WisGOP: It’s always politics with Susan Happ
October 16
· AgriGrowth: Unprecedented coalition calls for action on pipeline project
· Citizen Action of Wisconsin: State records show insurance industry lobbied on BadgerCare
· Common Cause in Wisconsin: No excuse now not to vote on or before November 4th!
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi, School Superintendents: Announce the start up of school-based mental health teams
· Dept. of Transportation: Operation Safe Driver strives to prevent large-truck crashes
· Dept. of Transportation: Packer travel advisory
· Dept. of Transportation: Teen Driver Safety Week to be held October 19 to 25
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Appleton area employers honored for efforts to hire persons with disabilities
· Dept. of Workforce Development: Green Bay employer honored for efforts to hire job seekers with disabilities
· Dept. of Workforce Development: September BLS estimates: state unemployment rate declines to 5.5%;
· Duncan Campaign: Duncan highlights Krug’s broken promises in new radio campaign
· Happ Campaign: An open letter to Brad Schimel
· Kurtz Campaign: Kurtz out-fundraises 18 year incumbent with individual donors
· Milwaukee Admirals: Admirals to hold gubernatorial poll Nov. 2
· Milwaukee County Sup. Haas: Invites public to Humboldt Park for exciting weekend
· One Wisconsin Now: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau report exposes issues in private student loan system
· Public Policy Forum: 2015 Milwaukee County budget focuses on structural deficit
· Raise WI: New poll: minimum wage driving voters away from Scott Walker
· Rep. Craig: Reacts to positive jobs report
· Rep. Thiesfeldt: Jobs report shows continued gains for Wisconsin
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel proposes crackdown of felons with guns in Milwaukee
· Sen. Lassa: State aid cuts hit local schools hard
· Sen. Risser: Weekly Democratic Radio Address: “Move Wisconsin Forward. Raise the Minimum Wage”
· Smith Campaign: Jeff Smith endorsed by the Wisconsin Professional Police Association, Eau Claire Professional Police Association Local #9, and the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin
· U.S. Dept. of Justice: Files complaint in false claims act lawsuit alleging defense contractors knowingly overcharged the Navy on aircraft maintenance contract


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