Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Executive Director Maggie Brickerman following Ron Johnson’s vote against the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), which passed the U.S. Senate despite opposition from 31 male Republicans.
MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate in response to the Court of Appeals ruling that means that Republican attempts to limit voter access will not be in effect for Scott Walker's June 5th recall.
MADISON-The right-leaning Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which has endorsed Scott Walker throughout his career and opposed his recall, had an above-the-fold front page headline highlighting a shocking new report that showed that, under Walker, Wisconsin led the nation in job loss.
MADISON – Speaking today at the Milwaukee Press Club Newsmakers luncheon, Republican Senate candidate and hedge fund millionaire Eric Hovde made statements that indicate Scott Walker’s job losses, that are leading the nation, might be even worse than reported.
MADISON -- New questions were raised after a report Monday in WisPolitics.com about a "third party" payee in the criminal defense of top Wisconsin Republican officer and longtime Scott Walker crony Tim Russell.
MADISON – Jobs data today released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that under Scott Walker’s failed economic policies, Wisconsin lost 4,500 more jobs in March.
MADISON – Following a January request for investigation by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, the Government Accountability Board is reporting that the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce PAC has been fined for making illegal contributions to Scott Walker’s recall campaign, and the campaign has been forced to return $170,000 of the $175,000 in donations it accepted from MMAC in December 2011.
MADISON – Following an onslaught of criticism from everyone from the Wisconsin Medical Society to the President of the United States, Scott Walker is now claiming that his War on Women is part of his approach on job creation.
MADISON – Following is the statement of WisDems Executive Director Maggie Brickerman, co-chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin’s Women Against Walker group, on Scott Walker’s outrageous defense of ending pay equity protections for women, veterans, seniors and disabled workers.
MADISON - Even as Scott Walker hoped to quietly bury an extreme passel of radical legislation signed in the shadow of the Easter Weekend, critics were slamming legislation that supports the ongoing Walker War on Women.