One year out from election, Johnson has no one on campaign staff

GOP U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, who has yet to say whether he will seek a third term in 2022, didn’t have a single campaign staffer on payroll during the third quarter, according to a WisPolitics.com check of his latest finance report. By comparison, the Oshkosh Republican listed payroll expenses for seven staffers during the third quarter of 2015 before beating Dem Russ Feingold in a rematch of their 2010 race. Insiders have tried to divine from the incumbent’s fundraising whether he will seek a third term next year after he pledged before his 2016 reelection that he would serve only

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Self-driving vehicle research ongoing, though local officials concerned about costs and risks

While transportation officials and scientists in the state continue autonomous vehicle research, local officials are expressing concern about the potential risk and costs associated with self-driving vehicles.  Andrea Bill, traffic safety engineer research program manager for UW-Madison’s Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory, noted ongoing research efforts in Madison and Racine are aim… Please log in to access subscriber content. If you don’t have a subscription, click here for a WisPolitics free trial and to view the different subscription options. Username or E-mail Password * Remember Me     Forgot Password

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TUE News Summary: Kleefisch recommends GOP “hire mercenaries” to win in 2022; Senate launches launches another 2020 election review

  TUE News Summary — 26 Oct. 2021 Exclusively for WisPolitics Subscribers – DO NOT FORWARD   STORY TOPICS – White house – Race relations – Coronavirus – Local government – Agribusiness – Courts – Culture – Education – Elections – Energy – Environment – Health care – Law and order – Manufacturing – Media – Military – Taxes – Technology – Transportation – Tribes – Utilitie… Please log in to access subscriber content. If you don’t have a subscription, click here for a WisPolitics free trial and to view the different subscription options.

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Self-driving vehicle research ongoing, though local officials concerned about costs and risks

While transportation officials and scientists in the state continue autonomous vehicle research, local officials are expressing concern about the potential risk and costs associated with self-driving vehicles.  Andrea Bill, traffic safety engineer research program manager for UW-Madison’s Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory, noted ongoing research efforts in Madison and Racine

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