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October 22
· UW-Stevens Point: Chevrolet selects UWSP for renewable energy partnership
· Walker Campaign: Milwaukee's first responders endorse Governor Scott Walker for re-election
· Walker Campaign: Releases new TV ads: "Continuing Wisconsin’s comeback"
· WILL: WILL files proposed amicus brief in campaign coordination case, CRG v. GAB
· Wisconsin AFL-CIO: Wisconsin Worker's voice releases new radio ad on African-American radio
· Wisconsin Democracy Campaign: Special interest smorgasbord, part 2
· Wisconsin Federation for Children: Doyle turns back on middle class
· Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans: Mary Burke misleading young voters at UW-Stout
· Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters: WCLV releases new ad
· Wisconsin Lottery: Stanley man claims $1 million Powerball prize
· WisDems: Rare Grothman sighting expected Thursday in Oshkosh
· WisGOP: New radio ad: “Mary Burke’s war chest”
· WisGOP: Wisconsin business owner files complaint against Mary Burke for using campaign funds for her own personal gain
October 23
· Burke Campaign: A fair shot, a stronger Wisconsin
· Consumers Union, U.S. PIRG: New poll reveals overwhelming majority of doctors concerned about antibiotics use on healthy food animals
· Dane Co. Exec. Parisi: Dane County awards nearly $700,000 to local communities for trails, outdoor recreation projects
· Dept. of Natural Resources: Winnebago system sturgeon spearing license deadline Oct. 31
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Statewide voucher program enrollment counts
· Dept. of Transportation: Teen driver safety tip of the day: Prep for driver test? There are apps for that
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: WDVA Secretary Scocos to send-off Edgerton High School band, choir to New York
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD Assistant Deputy Secretary Anderson recognizes Central Wisconsin employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD Deputy Secretary recognizes Pitney Bowes as 'exemplary employer'
· Dept. of Workforce Development: DWD Secretary honors Sheboygan area employers for efforts to hire persons with disabilities
· Duncan Campaign: Duncan outlines plans for education at Wautoma School District forum
· Harris Campaign: Mark Harris criticizes Glenn Grothman for his lack of fairness during Sixth District debate
· Harris Campaign: Ripon Commonwealth Press endorses Mark Harris
· Honoring Choices Wisconsin: Advance care planning continues to grow in Wisconsin
· Honoring Choices Wisconsin: Six new organizations join Honoring Choices Wisconsin
· Hulsey Campaign: State Rep. Brett Hulsey announces independent run for governor
· Kurtz Campaign: Airs new radio ads
· Milwaukee Ald. Donovan: Cutting corners in police hiring may come back to bite us
· Milwaukee Ald. Murphy: Financial Planning Day offers free financial counseling and workshops
· Milwaukee Co. Exec. Abele: Reminds people that guns are not allowed at the courthouse
· Milwaukee Co. Sup. Borkowski: Invites residents to discuss proposed Wedgewood Wading Pool closing
· Milwaukee County Sup. Michael Mayo, Sr.: Sets event to benefit homeless veterans and domestic abuse shelters at Dineen Park on October 23
· One Wisconsin Now: #TBT 2006-2010: The stunning hypocrisy of Scott Walker
· One Wisconsin Now: Brad Schimel cut deal as Waukesha County DA to let sex offender off with slap on wrist
· One Wisconsin Now: Exposed: Unearthed document shows Brad Schimel's radical extremism on reproductive health issues
· One Wisconsin Now: Longtime southwest Wisconsin state senator not buying what Howard Marklein is selling
· Rep. Ballweg: Assembly Republicans unveil “Forward Agenda”
· Rep. Johnson: Named Vice-Chair of Legislative Council Study Committee on Adoption Disruption and Dissolution
· Schimel Campaign: Milwaukee Police Supervisors’ Organization endorses Brad Schimel for attorney general
· Schimel Campaign: Schimel rides along with Eau Claire Sheriff Cramer
· School Choice Wisconsin: Statewide voucher program numbers – the whole story
· Sen. Lassa: Time for bipartisan action on BadgerCare, minimum wage
· U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: Announces funding to improve Wisconsin water and wastewater systems
· U.S. Dept. of Agriculture: Midwest leads USDA’s list of top 100 ag co-ops
· U.S. Sen. Johnson: Participates in Kwik Trip small business event
· UW-Milwaukee: Receives grant to establish a national center for the study of distance education and technological advancement
· UW-Stout: Victoria Sanchez receives Women of Color in Education Award
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Statement on latest report that most receiving vouchers already attend private schools
· Wisconsin Federation of College Republicans: Mary Burke continues to mislead young voters at UW-Milwaukee
· Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce Report: Obama carbon regulations to hike electricity rates 15% in WI
· Wisconsin Right to Life: Requests that television stations pull false ad
· WisGOP: Domestic abuser kills victim after lenient sentence from incident that same year
· WisGOP: The truth about Mary Burke’s jobs record: She’s running on a plagiarized jobs plan
October 24
· AG Van Hollen: Brandon Behrens sentenced in Iowa County for strangulation and causing great bodily harm
· AG Van Hollen: Issues reminder to register for upcoming public records and open meetings laws seminars
· AG Van Hollen: Jimmie L. Miller bound over for trial in Racine County under state's sexually violent person statue
· American Lung Society in Wisconsin: Spark to hold statewide tobacco-free campus summit

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