The following is a statement by Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on today’s announcement from Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris on his decision on the 2014 gubernatorial race.
ICYMI: Scott Walker Obstructs the Press: Tries To Pull News Coverage Highlighting His Broken Jobs Promise in Wisconsin; Excludes Reporters From Campaign Event in Seattle
WJFW Channel 12 in Rhinelander is reporting that Scott Walker’s administration asked them to remove from their website a story that highlighted Scott Walker’s complete abandonment of his central campaign promise to create 250,000 jobs.
Speaking to reporters in Merrill before leaving the state to campaign for president in South Carolina, Scott Walker completely abandoned his central campaign promise to create 250,000 new jobs.
Scott Walker is continuing his Tea Party campaign for president this Friday, headlining a pricey luncheon fundraiser in Tennessee before delivering the keynote address at the Alabama Republican Party summer dinner.
MADISON – As Scott Walker takes some of his harshest “friendly fire’ yet from Wisconsin Republicans in the national news the Governor continues his summer of presidential campaigning with a stop in Colorado today.
Wisconsin’s latest business ranking has apparently left Scott Walker speechless, as The Capital Times reports that Wisconsin has dropped five slots in the new CNBC “Top States for Business” rankings without a mention from Walker.
Wisconsin led the nation in job losses over the past 12 months under Scott Walker, while our neighbors in the Midwest have added jobs, according to a new study by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Executive Director Maggie Brickerman on today’s Senate action that infringes on the rights of women and their doctors to make private medical decisions.
Scott Walker is playing politics by not accepting $1.1 billion in federal funds to expand the state’s successful BadgerCare program – and it’s moving Wisconsin in the wrong direction.