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Evers strikes optimistic tone about future of Wisconsin as he speaks on his re-election...

State Superintendent Tony Evers struck an optimistic tone about the future of Wisconsin, especially for the state's public schools, as he addressed a supportive...

AP calls superintendent race for Evers

The Associated Press is projecting incumbent State Superintendent Tony Evers will win re-election over challenger Lowell Holtz. The AP called it just 27 minutes after...

Ziegler, unopposed on today’s ballot, thanks voters, family, supporters for win

Justice Annette Ziegler, who was unopposed today for another 10-year term, thanked her family and supporters for her victory, saying serving on the Supreme...

Elections Commission predicts 13-18% turnout today

The Elections Commission expects turnout today to be between 13 percent and 18 percent, based on recent spring elections that featured a contested DPI race, but no challenger to a sitting Supreme Court justice.

Evers battles with Holtz over state’s achievement gap

In his last face-off with Tony Evers before Tuesday’s election, Lowell Holtz slammed the state superintendent for the Wisconsin’s achievement gaps, saying it’s “not...

Cullen says he won’t run for guv in 2018

Former Dem state Sen. Tim Cullen announced Wednesday he will not run for guv in 2018, saying the chase for contributions to fuel a bid...

Evers outraises Holtz 2-to-1 in run-up to April 4 election

State Superintendent Tony Evers' campaign says he raised $217,616 in the run-up to the April 4 election, 2.5 times the amount challenger Lowell Holtz...

Evers knocks Holtz in first TV ads of the campaign

State Superintendent Tony Evers’ campaign released its first two TV ads of the campaign today, both of which knock opponent Lowell Holtz for a...

Elections Commission dismisses election bribery complaint against Holtz, Humphries

The Elections Commission unanimously dismissed a complaint filed against John Humphries and Lowell Holtz, finding their talks that one could get a six-figure salary and a driver if the other won the state superintendent's race did not violate election bribery laws.

Cullen prepares to fundraise for potential guv bid 

Former Dem state Sen. Tim Cullen tells WisPolitics.com he is taking steps today to allow him to begin fundraising for an expected gubernatorial bid...

PPP poll: Ryan’s constituents oppose GOP health care bill

Voters in House Speaker Paul Ryan’s congressional district oppose the GOP health care bill, according to a new poll from the Dem firm Public...

Dozens of 17-year-olds voted illegally in 2016 presidential primaries

The state saw at least 60 cases of 17-year-olds voting illegally during the 2016 spring primaries, according to a report the Elections Commission will submit to the Legislature. Elections Commission spokesman Reid Magney said that was a significant increase from prior elections.

Kind passing on 2018 guv bid, will instead seek re-election to Congress

Dem U.S. Rep. Ron Kind said today he won't run for governor in 2018 and will instead focus on ensuring Congress won't enact policies...

Millis resigns from Elections Commission to return to lobbying

Elections Commission member Don Millis has resigned from the board because he is poised to begin lobbying the Legislature again. Millis sent Senate Majority Leader...

Pence: Trump ‘best friend Wisconsin businesses will ever have’

JANESVILLE -- Vice President Mike Pence today promised the Trump administration will grow the economy “faster than ever before,” calling the president “the best...
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