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July 25
· Bewley Campaign: Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters endorses Janet Bewley for State Senate
· Capitol Neighborhoods: Vercauteren elected president
· Dane County Farmers' Market: USDA Administrator to offer remarks
· Dept. of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection: August brings consumer-friendly changes to Wisconsin's Do Not Call program
· Dept. of Public Instruction: Income eligibility guidelines announced for school and day care meals
· Emerge Wisconsin: New board emphasizes statewide role
· Fair Wisconsin PAC: Endorses Stuck in AD 57 race
· Federal Nominating Commission: Seeks applicants for judicial vacancy in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
· Friends of Scott Walker: Gov. Walker tours BCP Transportation, touts Wisconsin's improving economy
· League of Women Voters of Wisconsin: No cameras in the polling place
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Applaud same-sex marriage amendment ruling
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Endorses Ashton Kirsch for Wisconsin State Assembly
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Endorses Justin Moralez for Wisconsin State Assembly
· Log Cabin Republicans of Wisconsin: Endorses Tiffany Koehler for Wisconsin State Assembly
· National Taxpayers Union: Internet sales tax poll tour hits key election states, finds staunch opposition to Marketplace Fairness Act
· Sen. Hansen: Urges House to support Sen. Baldwin’s position on LCS contract
· Sen. Lehman, Rep. Pope: Ranking Education Democrats release Common Core memorandum
· Sen. Petrowski: Receives award from the Wisconsin Towns Association
· Sen. Wirch: Congressional republicans look to expand earned income tax credit, Wirch renews call to restore cuts at state level
· Sheridan Campaign: Announces meet and greet in Edgerton tomorrow
· Sprecher Brewing: Traveling Beer Garden “Family Fun Day” at Greene Park
· St. Croix Economic Development Corporation: County’s June unemployment rate is 4.2%
· State Bar of Wisconsin: Federal Nominating Commission seeks applicants for judicial vacancy in Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals
· Steitz Campaign: 21st SD Candidate Jonathan Steitz proposes post-Common Core repeal next steps
· Subeck Campaign: Assembly Candidate Lisa Subeck wins Dane Dems straw poll 76% - 24% over opponent Mark Clear
· U.S. Rep. Moore: Responds to Paul Ryan poverty plan
· Van Doren Campaign: Van Doren willing to debate -- opponent in hiding
· Walker Campaign: Governor Walker tours BCP Transportation, touts Wisconsin's improving economy
· Wanggaard Campaign: Everybody should “Take a Deep Breath”
· Wisconsin Education Association Council: Recommends Dan Robinson for State Assembly
· Wisconsin Grocers Association: Senator Tiffany to receive “Friend of Grocers” Award
· Wisconsin LGBT Chamber: Attends White House briefing on Affordable Care Act and LGBT community
· Wisconsin Supreme Court: July 25 mandate
July 28
· AG Van Hollen: Everett W. Mosher bound over for trial under state's sexually violent person statute
· AG Van Hollen: Files amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the matter of Heien v. North Carolina
· AG Van Hollen: Former drug task force detective sergeant convicted of misconduct in public office
· Brooks Campaign: Local grassroots support behind conservative businessman Rob Brooks
· Dairy Business Association: DBA endorses state Senator Joe Leibham in his bid for Congress
· Dept. of Transportation: Wisconsin’s economy gets a big lift from aviation
· Dept. of Veterans Affairs: Secretary Scocos statement on WWI centennial
· Emerge Wisconsin: Celebrates 21 future candidates
· Hulsey Campaign: Asks August 12th primary opponent 5 questions on her Chinese jobs outsourcing, lead pollution lobbying record
· Jarchow Campaign: Jarchow applauds continuing effort to reinstate tax reciprocity
· Klein Campaign: If a progressive will not fight for what is right, how can that progressive claim to fight for the people?
· Kremer Campaign: Jesse Kremer garners endorsement of former Lt. Gov. Margaret Farrow
· Leibham Campaign: Leibham eeceives “Building Wisconsin” Award from Associated Builders & Contractors of WI representing nearly 900 job creators
· Leibham Campaign: Momentum continues: Leibham receives endorsement from the Dairy Business Association
· Marquette University: Marquette College of Communication students contribute to investigative journalism focusing on environmental threats to the Great Lakes
· Media Trackers: Federal highway dollars fund bike paths, archeological research, and carriage museum
· Melchert Campaign: Melchert endorsed by Milwaukee County Supervisor Deanna Alexander
· Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin: Team Wisconsin victorious at North American Indigenous Games
· Milwaukee Co. GOP: Milwaukee County Republicans hold 20th Assembly District candidate forum
· Milwaukee Co. Sheriff Clarke: Asks for public help in monitoring activity around area religious sites
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker conducts photo-op at for-profit college chain under investigation by attorneys general
· One Wisconsin Now: Gov. Walker’s WEDC secrecy is ‘arrogance’
· One Wisconsin Now: Latest finance report shows Walker took another $167,000 from businesses that got WEDC funds
· Racine Tea PAC: 21st Senate District grassroots to rally this Saturday
· Ramthun Campaign: Announces endorsement support from the Wisconsin Family Action PAC
· Ramthun Campaign: Announces endorsement support from the Wisconsin Right-To-Life organization
· Ramthun Campaign: Announces perspective on state aid and entitlement programs

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