A new report by a watchdog website raises new and serious questions about Scott Walker's fundraising machine.
New numbers released today show that, once again, Scott Walker's Wisconsin is first in the nation in job loss.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Washington D.C. hedge fund banker, Eric Hovde, not only missed deadlines for filing his taxes and a financial disclosure, but his campaign has refused to release his state and federal tax returns from the last 10 years.
Today, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that former Bush administration cabinet secretary and Washington D.C. lobbyist, Tommy Thompson refused to release his state and federal tax returns from the last 10 years and that he wouldn’t until after the November election.
MADISON – On the heels of the release of a damning video of Scott Walker promising his top campaign donor that he would “use divide and conquer” to ram through his dishonest agenda, new video has surfaced of top Walker ally and Assembly Speaker Jeff “Little Fitz” Fitzgerald stating that Walker’s far-right caucus sought to take the Republican attack on workers’ rights even further.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate condemning the firing of Major League Baseball arbitrator Shyman Das following his principled opposition to the labor action against Milwaukee Brewers MVP Ryan Braun.
A new report shows yet another example of Scott Walker's dishonesty with the people he was elected to serve.
The Oshkosh Northwestern is reporting that Scott Walker is attempting to win back the women voters he’s lost due to the radical Republican War on Women.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the Republican Party endorsement vote in the GOP Senate primary, where no candidate was able to win the support of party activists at their "Divide and Conquer" convention in Green Bay.