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Raasch, Sortwell vie for 2nd AD GOP nomination

Dean Raasch in 1987 was 19-years-old and faced a rare and vicious form of leukemia that meant he had a nine-out-of-10 chance he wouldn’t...

Dem 19th SD candidates talk education, transpo funding, constitutional carry

Dem 19th SD candidate Dan Grady envisions a Wisconsin where marijuana is legal and governed under a three-tier system, similar to the one that...

62nd AD GOP candidates share ideas on transpo funding, uses for online sales tax...

More than a year after state Rep. Dale Kooyenga released his sweeping tax and transportation plan, Republican 62nd AD candidate Robert Wittke is still...

31st SD Dem candidates say online sales taxes should go to boost budget before...

Jon Schultz, a Democrat running to replace state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout in western Wisconsin’s 31st SD, says he wouldn’t mind reducing the state income...

91st AD Dem candidates support gas tax hike, other options to bolster transpo fund

All four of the Dems aiming to fill outgoing state Rep. Dana Wachs’ seat in the Assembly say upping the gas tax is a...

Schimel defends decision not to join lawsuit targeting drug manufacturers

AG Brad Schimel is again defending his decision not to sign onto a lawsuit targeting drug manufacturers, saying the state’s participation in a probe...

Walker says he’s an ‘education governor’

Gov. Scott Walker is calling himself an "education governor" as he draws a "great contrast" between his own educational policies and those of the...

Kind raises concern about NAFTA impasse, Trump’s tariffs

As NAFTA renegotiations continue to drag on, U.S. Rep. Ron Kind warns a failure to reach an agreement could hurt the United States’ deal-making...

Laning sees big opportunity for Dems in 2018 ahead of state convention

Gov. Scott Walker has been claiming that his Dem opponents are fueled by anger and hatred. State Dem Chair Martha Laning isn't buying it. "It's not...

Flynn says he’s ‘a different kind of candidate’

Democratic candidate Matt Flynn says he'd use his power as governor to tackle mass incarceration within the state. "I will empty the jails and press...

42nd AD Dem Lloyd says her campaign is about bringing back Wisconsin values

Ann Groves Lloyd, the single Democrat vying to represent the 42nd AD, is running on a campaign to restore her version of Wisconsin’s values. Lloyd,...

Dem Frostman touts economic development experience in 1st SD bid

1st SD Dem Caleb Frostman says his record bolstering economic development -- and his commitment to prioritizing that mission over partisanship -- should earn...

Transportation funding a key issue in 42nd AD GOP primary

Each Republican candidate vying to represent the 42nd Assembly District prioritizes the state’s transportation needs, although some are entertaining stronger action than others. The candidates’...

In 1st SD GOP primary, Jacque emphasizes record, Renard touts outsider status

Republican Alex Renard is looking to paint himself as a political outsider as he prepares to face off against four-term state Rep. André Jacque...

Soglin says tax increases needed to invest in education, transportation, other priorities

The Dem guv candidate pegged by some pundits as the Bernie Sanders of Wisconsin is 72-years-old and has a penchant for blunt assessments of...
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