Gov. Tony Evers raised $4.5 million over the 37 days in the most recent reporting period, his campaign said this morning.
Vice President Kamala Harris knocked “sham audits of elections” while praising Dem AGs for fighting against abortion restrictions and proposals she said make it harder to vote. Harris told members of the Democratic Attorneys General Association meeting in Milwaukee yesterday
GOP legislative leaders dismissed as a “desperate political stunt” Dem Gov. Tony Evers’ call for a special session that would create a pathway for voters to overturn the state’s 1849 abortion ban after Republicans lawmakers have refused to do so.
The state Department of Justice investigated GOP state Senate candidate Dave Estenson over misconduct allegations while he was working as a police officer, including that he had sexual relations multiple times with a woman while on duty and in uniform.
Gov. Tony Evers pledged to county officials that he will try to boost shared revenue if reelected, while GOP rival Tim Michels told the crowd he believes they’re better at making decisions with public dollars than the state.
Amy Loudenbeck, the GOP state lawmaker looking to unseat longtime Democrat Secretary of State Doug La Follette, says she’s not running for a “power grab” or pushing to fully take control of the state’s elections.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss the Wisconsin Elections Commission rescinding guidance following a Waukesha judge’s decision that clerks can’t fill in missing witness information on absentee ballot envelopes, the issue
Dem Secretary of State Doug La Follette pulled in $88,540 last month, almost twice what he had raised from other donors over the past 13.5 years combined.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty has filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Elections Commission for using a national voter registration form, arguing it violates state law by not asking for information about felony convictions.
Jacque, Brandtjen circulating letter to demand clerks remove those labeled incompetent under guardianship from voter rolls
Republican lawmakers are circulating a letter to demand the Wisconsin Elections Commission require clerks to remove citizens labeled incompetent under guardianship from the voter rolls and stop them from voting in future elections. But in a letter to lawmakers also