GOP challenger Amy Loudenbeck pulled in less than Dem Secretary of State Doug La Follette during the most recent reporting period. She also outspent the incumbent by more than 100-to-1, though the bulk of that came before the Aug. 9
A conservative group has filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent voters from recasting their absentee ballots if they change their mind on who they want to support.
Among other things, Joint Audit Committee Chair Rob Cowles, R-Green Bay, and Vice-chair John Macco, R-Ledgeview, want to know how much the state spent on security for the two between July 1, 2021, and Aug. 31, 2022. They also want
Vice President Kamala Harris said Wisconsin “will help decide the future of our country, and that is what Wisconsin does” during an interview at the end of her stop in Milwaukee last week.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss Gov. Tony Evers’ special session call, State Superintendent Jill Underly’s State of Education speech and allegations against the Michels Corp. becoming an issue in the
The WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, discuss the end of the 2020 election investigation led by former Justice Michael Gableman that failed to turn up widespread voter fraud. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Counties Association and Michael Best Strategies.
Gov. Tony Evers raised $4.5 million over the 37 days in the most recent reporting period, his campaign said this morning.
Vice President Kamala Harris knocked “sham audits of elections” while praising Dem AGs for fighting against abortion restrictions and proposals she said make it harder to vote. Harris told members of the Democratic Attorneys General Association meeting in Milwaukee yesterday
AdImpact has tracked nearly $55 million in TV buys in Wisconsin’s gubernatorial race since the primary, making it the most expensive general election contest in the country to date. That includes a more than 2-to-1 overall advantage for Dems. That
GOP legislative leaders dismissed as a “desperate political stunt” Dem Gov. Tony Evers’ call for a special session that would create a pathway for voters to overturn the state’s 1849 abortion ban after Republicans lawmakers have refused to do so.