Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe said there’s no data to predict exactly what today’s turnout will be, but “it certainly won’t be a low turnout election.” Wolfe in a virtual Election Day update early this afternoon also said WEC
The Senate Leadership Fund, which is affiliated with Republicans, is out with a new TV ad that features the grandmother of a girl struck during the Waukesha Christmas parade tragedy knocking Mandela Barnes for supporting the elimination of cash bail.
Dem U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes’ post-primary bounce dissipated in the most recent Marquette University Law School Poll as he was neck-and-neck with GOP U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. Meanwhile, the guv race continued to be tight.
Construction business exec Tim Michels vowed Tuesday night to stand up for the hardworking taxpayers of Wisconsin after he won the GOP nomination for guv and ripped Dem Tony Evers as a failed leader. Michels thanked former President Trump in
James, Katzenmeyer, Cabral-Guevara among those advancing to general election in closely watched legislative primaries
State Rep. Jesse James, of Altoona, won a three-way primary to replace Sen. Kathy Bernier, R-Chippewa Falls. James will be unopposed on the November ballot for the 23rd SD. In other closely watched legislative primaries: *Dem Jessica Katzenmeyer, who lost
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called his narrow win in a GOP primary a testament to his conservative record, saying former President Trump’s endorsement of opponent Adam Steen made the race closer than he expected. The Rochester Republican also called Michael
Dem Fitchburg Mayor Aaron Richardson and GOP attorney John Leiber pulled off upsets in Tuesday’s primaries for state treasurer to square off against each other in November. Richardson spent just $13,418 on his campaign through the end of July, but
Fond du Lac County DA Eric Toney narrowly won the GOP nomination for attorney general despite being vastly outspent by GOP rival Adam Jarchow and his allies. Jarchow, a former state lawmaker from Balsam Lake, conceded early Wednesday morning as
State Sen. Brad Pfaff, of Onalaska, won the Dem primary for the 3rd CD seat of retiring U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-La Crosse. Pfaff, who is endorsed by Kind, will face Republican Derrick Van Orden in the November general election.
U.S. Senate hopeful Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes after winning the Dem primary said while he doesn’t necessarily look like a “normal politician,” that “is a good thing.” “We need more real people in the United States Senate,” Barnes told supporters