Kaul in an interview with WisPolitics.com said the newly projected $6.6 billion budget surplus provides a “once-in-a generation opportunity.” In all, Kaul wants $95.7 million more in general purpose revenue and 67 more positions.
Republican Amy Loudenbeck today conceded to Dem Doug La Follette after the final county canvasses found the longtime secretary of state beating his GOP challenger by 7,442 votes. That’s a margin of 0.28 percent of all votes cast in the
Former Vice President Mike Pence says on Jan. 6, 2021, he was unaware of the attempted plan to deliver him a slate of alternative Republican electors from Wisconsin.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon discuss the slate of legislative leaders for the new legislative session, GOP Rep. Janel Brandtjen being barred from closed caucus, whether Dem Gov. Tony Evers and
Longtime Secretary of State Doug La Follette has declared victory with three county canvasses still outstanding. La Follette, who has held the office for all but four years since 1975, led GOP state Rep. Amy Loudenbeck, of Clinton, by more
Gov. Tony Evers says he can’t envision signing a budget that would lower the state’s top income tax rates as some Republicans have suggested. He also expressed skepticism about Assembly Speaker Robin Vos’ suggestion that Republicans could provide Evers the
Assembly Republicans voted last week to bar Rep. Janel Brandtjen, R-Menomonee Falls, from attending closed caucus because they no longer trust her, according to a letter obtained by WisPolitics.com.
State GOP Chair Paul Farrow won’t seek a full two-year term at the party’s Executive Committee meeting next month, telling WisPolitics.com he is focusing on his spring reelection bid as Waukesha County exec.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker knocked Donald Trump and his team for not further investing in Tim Michels’ campaign after endorsing the construction exec in the GOP primary for governor.
On this week’s episode of “Rewind,” WisPolitics.com’s JR Ross and CBS 58’s Emilee Fannon review Tuesday’s election results and look ahead to Gov. Tony Evers’ second term and the upcoming legislative session.