June 22, 2010

New Report: Ron Johnson Brought An Extremist Education “Expert” To Oshkosh Who Promotes Divisive Race-Based Education Theories

MADISON — According to a new report in U.S. Senate Candidate Ron Johnson’s hometown newspaper, the Oshkosh Northwestern, Johnson led an effort to bring extremist education “expert” Charles Murray to speak to education and business leaders in Oshkosh – leading the community to demand an apology for Murray’s elitist, offensive theories.

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June 21, 2010

Mark Neumann Cuts Classes. Literally.

MADISON-Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on Mark Neumann's educational "plan" released today.

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June 18, 2010

Scramblin’ Scott Walker Rushes Release of ‘Plan’ to Keep Pace with Tom Barrett

MADISON — Even though he broke his promise about pay raises and gave himself a $50,000 pay raise, in the midst of a national economic recession and budget deficit, Scott Walker is fresh on the trail issuing new sham promises, claiming this time that he will pay for his full employee pension costs as a state employee.

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June 18, 2010

Sean Duffy, Big Oil and Outsourcing

MADISON —The corporate-funded "Tea Party" group that got its money from companies that shipped American jobs overseas and laid off thousands of workers here is coming to the north woods this weekend to attack the only 7th Congressional District candidate in the race with a record of fighting for jobs and standing up for Wisconsin workers.

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June 17, 2010

Ron Johnson Dodges Voters, Refuses to Take Questions From the Media (6/17/10)

MADISON — As multimillionaire, self-proclaimed Tea Party candidate and U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson doubled-down on his T.V. ad blitz this week – coming close to the $1 million mark – it appears he’s now taking direction from his GOP bosses in Washington — first canceling on a Tea Party citizens group seeking more information on Johnson’s positions on the issues, then refusing to answer questions from reporters.

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June 17, 2010

Broken Promises and Failed Reform Calls Into Question Scott Walker Latest Pension Claims

MADISON — Even though he broke his promise about pay raises and gave himself a $50,000 pay raise, in the midst of a national economic recession and budget deficit Scott Walker is fresh on the trail issuing new sham promises, claiming this time that he will pay for his full employee pension costs as a state employee.

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June 15, 2010

Ron Johnson Announces Support For Oil Drilling in the Great Lakes (6/15/10)

MADISON— Even as the worst oil spill in U.S. history has grown large enough to threaten an area the size of the Great Lakes, multimillionaire U.S. Senate candidate Ron Johnson continues to show how out of touch he is with Wisconsin values, tellingWisPolitics.comthat “we have to get the oil where it is,” including drilling in the Great Lakes.

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June 15, 2010

“Scott Walker Has Failed Us”

MADISON - A day after Scott Walker politically postured to cover up a growing scandal, a new Web adreleased today by the Democratic Party of Wisconsin focuses on Scott Walker'sfailure to protect women in Milwaukee County's care from sexual predators.

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June 15, 2010

GOP Chair Won

MADISON– Today, Democratic Party Chair Mike Tate and Republican Party Chair Reince Preibus attended a luncheon sponsored byWispolitics.comto provide “a look ahead to this year's elections.”

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June 14, 2010

New Video: Ron Johnson Attends Another Divisive Tea Party Speech, Stays Silent (6/14/10)

MADISON — Multimillionaire Ron Johnson, Tea Party activist and candidate for U.S. Senate who has spoken at a number of Tea Party rallies, spoke at another Tea Party event in Janesville last week. During his speech, Johnson, who previously said he would bring the Tea Party to the Republican Party, attempted to distance himself from the Republican Party’s endorsement of his campaign, saying:

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