MADISON - As Washington Republicans today impede the passage of critical campaign finance reform, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin called on Republican 7th Congressional District candidates Dan Mielke and former reality tee-vee star Sean Duffy to state whether they stand with special interests and foreign governments or with Wisconsin voters.
MADISON — Multimillionaire Ron Johnson reversed himself again Monday, saying he now wasn’t certain whether he would sell his BP stock, after previously telling supporters and the media that he planned to sell the stock “to help pay for his campaign.” The initial flip-flop came after Johnson’s campaign initially said he would keep the stock.
MADISON - Scott Walker showed Wisconsin this weekend how he values his career more than his constituents, hitting the campaign trail to slake his political ambitions while Milwaukee County residents still were reeling after deadly floods on Thursday.
MADISON — First he wouldn’t sell, then he would sell. But has multimillionaire Senate Candidate Ron Johnson actually divested himself of the BP stock that he hid from voters for more than a month while he defended Big Oil on the campaign trail? Or will he continue his defense of Big Oil on the campaign trail while he waits for the stock to rebound?
MADISON - A Washington-based and corporate-funded special interest group was trying to promote a "poll" in Wisconsin's 3rd Congressional District that may have been conducted in violation of state law.
MADISON-Sean Duffy is putting politics over principles as he runs from his initial support of rationing Medicare and turning Social Security over to Wall Street.
MADISON - According to published reports, multimillionaire Senate candidate Ron Johnson will appear in Pulaski this Sunday, July 25, from 9AM to 2 PMto appear in the Polka Days Parade at 911 Saint Augustine Street. Johnson will no doubt be talking down the economy, playing politics with our economic recovery and try to dance away from his elite view that Pulaski “would be far better off” without the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
MADISON – After licking its wounds from another round of unimpressive fundraising numbers, the state GOP today put its best spin on their fundraising numbers, claiming an advantage over the Senate Democrats. Unfortunately for the GOP, in order to claim victory they needed to: