MADISON - State Representative Fred Clark today announced his intention to run for the Wisconsin State Senate in the upcoming recall election against Sen. Luther Olsen (R-Ripon).
MADISON-Recalled Randy Hopper might be too good to respond to his constituents at his one-way "listening sessions," but that hasn't stopped the beleaguered Scott Walker advocate from being a little naughty, and directing constituents to adult chat lines that welcome callers with the greeting, "Hey there, sexy guy..."
The Statement of Jessica King in Response to Randy Hopper's Misguided Attack on Working Wisconsin Families
MADISON- In response to the negative attacks issued by recalled State Senator Randy Hopper (R – Fond du Lac), Oshkosh City Councilwoman and Deputy Mayor Jessica King released the following statement:
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following breaking news that Sarah Palin will come to Madison Saturday for a rally celebrating the agenda of Scott Walker and Senate Republicans.
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate following breaking news that the Republican Party of Wisconsin has hired violent, out-of-state felons to engage in recall efforts to support Scott Walker's anti-family agenda.
MADISON – It’s shocking in its candor, but Joint Finance Committee Chairwoman Alberta Darling, whose committee is now holding a series of hearings and public meetings around the state of Wisconsin, is now acknowledging she has no interest in the voices of those who show up to testify at her public hearings. Just last night, hundreds were turned away in West Allis, as Darling and other legislators scurried away from the crowd still waiting to testify on Walker’s budget.
MADISON - State Rep. Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) announced her candidacy today for the State Senate in the 32nd District. Shilling will be running in the upcoming recall election against incumbent Sen. Dan Kapanke (R-La Crosse).
MADISON– Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the 2011 Spring Elections.