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State holding off on voter data response as federal lawsuit continues

The state Elections Commission says it’s holding off on responding to President Trump's panel looking at election integrity until a ruling from a federal...

Yankovich drops out of 1st CD race, endorses fellow Dem Bryce

Political activist David Yankovich, who moved to the 1st CD from Ohio earlier this year to take on Speaker Paul Ryan, today dropped out...

Bryce campaign says he’s raised over $430,000 in race against Ryan

Iron worker Randy Bryce today said he's raised more than $430,000 since announcing last month he would challenge House Speaker Paul Ryan for his seat...

Vinehout says campaign registration not an announcement she’s running for governor

Sen. Kathleen Vinehout Wednesday downplayed as "just paperwork" her recent registering of a campaign committee as she weighs a potential run for governor. The Alma...

Marquette: Trump job approval rating upside down at 41-51

President Trump’s job approval rating was upside down again in the latest Marquette University Law School poll with more Wisconsin voters unhappy with his...

Source: Schneider won’t run for U.S. Senate

Nicole Schneider, the research officer with Green Bay Area Catholic Education and daughter-in-law of the former Schneider Trucking head, has decided against running for...

U.S. Supreme Court to hear arguments in Wisconsin redistricting case

Wisconsin won’t have to redraw its Assembly district maps for now as the U.S. Supreme Court weighs the arguments against them in what could...

Sauk Co. Judge Screnock announces Supreme Court bid

Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Michael Screnock announced today he'll run for Michael Gableman's spot on the state Supreme Court, saying he shares the...

Gableman announces he won’t seek re-election

Conservative Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman announced today he will not seek re-election next year, saying he is "more hopeful than ever in the...

Dallet received $2,500 donation from Roggensack in 2013

Supreme Court candidate Rebecca Dallet received a $2,500 donation in 2013 from Chief Justice Pat Roggensack, a WisPolitics.com campaign finance check showed. But Dallet's...

Dan Kohl, former senator’s nephew, seeks to take on Grothman next year

The nephew of former U.S. Sen. Herb Kohl announced on Twitter today that he’s planning on running for U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman's seat next year....

Walker fundraiser with Trump asking for at least $1,000

Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign is asking people to contribute at least $1,000 for the fundraiser he’s holding with President Trump. The June 13 reception includes...

Dallet says she has the ‘right experience’ for Supreme Court bid

Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet says her 11 years as a prosecutor gives her “vital experience” as she runs for a seat on the...

Gronik hires adviser for potential guv bid

Milwaukee businessman Andy Gronik tells WisPolitics.com he's hired Maura Tracy to serve as a senior adviser while he decides whether to run for guv. Tracy...

Groups defend Baldwin on Tomah VA via TV, radio ads

Three groups have teamed up for new TV and radio ads defending U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin following spots from conservative groups that accused her...
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