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Holtz email: Reform group asked him to run, offered campaign support

State schools superintendent challenger Lowell Holtz wrote in an email last January that a “reform group” asked him to run for the post and...

Evers chalks up primary victory to his focus on kids, not ‘weird politics’

State Superintendent Tony Evers says his primary victory can be chalked up to his focus on the state's public school kids -- and not on...

Evers to face challenger Lowell Holtz in general, AP reports

State Superintendent Tony Evers will face off against Lowell Holtz in a general re-election bid for his post, according to the Associated Press. Eliminated in...

AP reports State Superintendent Tony Evers advances to general

State Superintendent Tony Evers is advancing to the spring general election, but his opponent was not yet decided, the Associated Press reported. The declaration from AP...

State superintendent candidates face off in primary today

Candidates for state superintendent face off in today's spring primary, the only statewide race on the ballot. Incumbent Tony Evers is facing off with John Humphries,...

With Duffy out, wide GOP field could emerge for U.S. Senate race

As potential GOP candidates weigh their options, Dems are predicting a "circus" will emerge on the Republican side against U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, now...

Duffy says he’ll pass on 2018 U.S. Senate bid

U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, R-Wausau, announced today he won’t run for the U.S. Senate next year, saying it is not the right time. “We have...

Humphries alleges Holtz offered deal to clear field with $150K DPI job promise

John Humphries charged fellow state schools superintendent challenger Lowell Holtz promised him a six-figure job at DPI if he dropped out of the primary...

NRSC targets Baldwin on Supreme Court in new TV ad

The National Republican Senatorial Committee today announced a new TV ad knocking U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin over her opposition to the nomination of Neil...

Federal panel orders new Assembly district maps by Nov. 1

A federal panel today ordered lawmakers and Gov. Scott Walker to draw up and approve new Assembly district maps by Nov. 1. But the state...

Campaign: Baldwin had more than $1 million in bank to start 2017, raised $1.8...

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin will report more than $1 million in the bank to start 2017 after raising $1.8 million in 2016, her campaign...

Walker reached settlement with 10 vendors to reduce presidential campaign debt

Gov. Scott Walker reached settlements with 10 vendors paying them less than what he owed to help retire his campaign debt, according to a...

Walker’s campaign says he paid off presidential debt last month

Gov. Scott Walker paid off his remaining presidential campaign debt last month, meeting his promise to take care care of his outstanding bills by...

State superintendent candidate proposes education board to oversee DPI

State superintendent candidate John Humphries is calling for a state education board that would boost oversight of the state's top education official. Humphries said Thursday...

Feingold outraised Johnson by nearly $3.9M

Dem Russ Feingold outraised U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson by almost $3.9 million in a losing effort, according to their post-election reports. But adding in outside...