Republican Senate Candidate Ron Johnson, who is hiding behind a $9 million negative ad campaign but refuses to offer solutions on how to create jobs or reduce the deficit, did take one actual position in the closing weeks of the campaign — embracing the Supreme Court's "Citizen United" decision that opens the door to virtually unlimited money to be spent by corporations on elections.
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Is she for real? In a new Web ad released today by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Republican Lt. Governor candidate Rebecca Kleefisch can be heard saying that the state of Wisconsin can't bear the burden of declaring bankruptcy.
Ron Johnson's Latest Excuse for Lobbying Against Child Abuse Victims Leaves More Unanswered Questions
This morning, WisDems Chair Mike Tate called on Ron Johnson to end his shifting explanations for why he lobbied against the Child Victims Act, and provide some honest answers to the following questions, particularly in light of his admission to Politico that he was waiting until after the election to reveal his "true feelings."
Wisconsin's Republican Senate hopeful Ron Johnson got tripped up on a point of policy during a recent interview: Asked what the Department of Veteran's Affairs' responsibility is to homeless veterans, Johnson declared that his election fight against Sen. Russ Feingold is not "about details."
Wisconsin Republican Senate hopeful Ron Johnson had a deer-in-headlights moment in a recent interview with the Green Bay Press Gazette.
A few weeks ago, we were talking about Scott Walker dodging debates with Tom Barret.
MONROE - In the midst of the fight of his political life, Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., was in Monroe Friday defending his years in the U.S. Senate and taking sharp aim at his GOP opponent, Oshkosh businessman Ron Johnson.
Many polls have been released in the last few weeks about Wisconsin. Few have been released by campaigns, and fewer still have been conducted by pollsters whose work factors in things that set Wisconsin apart from many other states. Take the latest CNN poll, for example. For the second poll in a row, CNN has no sample of 18 to 34 year old voters in its poll. In Wisconsin, this is a critical omission.