MADISON — On the same day that U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson started running a new TV ad “highlighting his concerns with the unsustainable debt and spending,” the Republican candidate told Politico in an interview that he has “no opinion” on the over $10 trillion of Bush administration debt.
MADISON - As Scott Walker continues to grandstand on broken pledges that saw him raise taxes and spending and fail to fix Milwaukee County's pension system, new research by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin shows that disputed pension benefits from Walker's stint in the Legislature have accumulated to at least $43,000.
MADISON — Multimillionaire U.S. Senate Candidate Ron Johnson has already spent nearly $1 million of his family fortune on his campaign but no one knows where that money comes from because Johnson failed to release his personal financial interests 34 days ago.
MADISON - New calculations by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin show that Scott Walker will earn a county pension nearly 58% higher than he deserves, and after eight years as Milwaukee County Executive he is scheduled to receive $60,800 more than other County employees who earned the same pay over the same time. Over a traditional 20-year retirement period, this equals $152,000 more in pension benefits than he deserves.
MADISON — U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson is facing the most detailed allegations yet that he bought the endorsement votes of delegates at the Republican Party convention in Milwaukee in May. The new round of charges come 29 days after Johnson failed to meet the legally-required deadline to file his personal financial disclosure with the U.S. Senate Ethics Committee.
MADISON – Multimillionaire Ron Johnson, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, released his “Prosperity Agenda” yesterday on Charlie Sykes' radio program, calling for an extension of Bush Administration tax cuts for the wealthy that have increased the deficit and would continue to balloon the nations debt.