MADISON — A new report out yesterday by the Wisconsin State Journal confirms that former Democratic Commerce Secretary Dick Leinenkugel, who is running in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, kicked-off his campaign on the taxpayer’s dime. Secretary Leinenkugel registered his campaign Web site with his state phone, at the Department of Commerce the same day he announced he’d be leaving the Doyle Administration.
MADISON — Multimillionaire Tea Partier Ron Johnson rolled out his campaign for U.S. Senate this week with more punt than kick-off, offering voters less than the Miss USA finalists did on the issues.
MADISON – Multimillionaire extremist Ron Johnson made a few stops around Wisconsin this week and provided slogans, sound bites and attacks, but failed to provide any solutions to the challenges people face.
MADISON – Why can’t Scott Walker give Wisconsin a straight answer?
MADISON –The Democratic Party of Milwaukee County (DPMC) announced today plans to welcome Scott Walker back from his taxpayer-funded campaign tour. The DPMC will run the message, “Scott Walker has failed Milwaukee. Don’t let him fail Wisconsin,” on electronic billboards along his route to the Wisconsin GOP convention, where he will be crowned their nominee for governor.
MADISON — Multimillionaire Tea Party extremist Ron Johnson officially entered the Republican primary for U.S. Senate yesterday. In separate interviews, Johnson said that the moment he decided to run came while he was watching Fox News talking head Dick Morris on TV call for a “rich guy from Wisconsin” to run for Senate. After watching the segment, Johnson wonders if the pundit was “talking” to him.
Madison– Yesterday, in response to attacks from Republican primary opponent Mark Neumann that Scott Walker is spending too much time on the campaign trail at the expense of his duties as Milwaukee County Executive, Walker campaign manager Keith Gilkes responded defensively and ferociously that his candidate was available via cell phone 24-7 to handle county issues.
Madison– Facing increased scrutiny and criticism about his shameless taxpayer-funded campaign motorcycle joyride across the state, Scott Walker has now contradicted himself on how much time and money from official county sources has been used in the planning and execution of this transparent political barnstorm of Wisconsin.
MADISON — Scott Walker said that he wouldn't take political phone calls while on his taxpayer-funded campaign joyride, but it took him less than 24 hours for him to phone in his most recent flip flop -- this time on the recent Arizona immigration law.