Crawford County in Wisconsin’s Driftless Area has typically been a blue stalwart of southwestern Wisconsin. According to Olson Feed Service proprietor Tammy Olson, of Seneca, even conservative-leaning local candidates have run as Democrats because there was no hope of the
The Elections Commission made “every possible effort” Thursday afternoon to gather the information the Wisconsin Supreme Court wanted on absentee ballots that may have already been sent. But the commission was unable to pull it together due to the state’s
The presidential race in Wisconsin was largely unchanged in the latest Marquette University Law School Poll even after the turmoil in Kenosha, where violent protests broke out after a police officer shot a Black man in the back seven times.
A new ad from a pro-Trump PAC focuses on the violent protests in Kenosha that left one business burned to the ground. America First Action PAC said the ad focusing on Kenosha will run in the Wausau market. The group
A new TV ad from the Dem super PAC Priorities USA charges Trump is “laser-focused on gutting health care.” The group said the new ad will run in Milwaukee and Green Bay. It’s part of a nearly $2 million-per-week effort
President Trump’s campaign is rolling out a new radio ad touting the president’s successes to Black voters. The spot features Herschel Walker and Georgia state lawmaker Vernon Jones, a Black Dem, praising Trump and knocking Joe Biden for failing to
A new Trump’s new ad says “the greatest economy the world has ever seen” is coming back to life, but “Biden wants to change that.” The campaign didn’t disclose details on the buy in Wisconsin. The ad is running in
Joe Biden is up with two new TV ads in Wisconsin A 60-second Biden spot calls the election “our chance to put the darkness of the past four years behind us” and “start fresh in America.” The campaign didn’t release
Vice President Mike Pence made a pitch to farmers and workers while Dem vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris spoke of the challenges facing minority- and female-owned businesses as the two stumped on opposite sides of Wisconsin this Labor Day. Speaking
With the national party conventions in the rearview mirror, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, handicap their impact on Wisconsin voters. Sponsored by Michael Best Strategies and the Wisconsin Counties Association.