The editorial board of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is calling for Scott Walker and Department of Natural Resources Secretary Cathy Stepp to rescind a controversial $500,000 grant made to a Tea Party group with close ties to the Scott Walker administration.
The nonpartisan Center on Wisconsin Strategy, a University of Wisconsin-based think-tank, is out with a biennial review of jobs, wages, poverty, income, and job quality in Wisconsin that paints an unfortunate picture of our state’s economic recovery in comparison to the rest of the nation.
On the Road, Again: Scott Walker Campaigns for President in Seattle with Tea Party Activist Ben Carson
Scott Walker is taking his campaign for president on the road, again, today headlining a dinner at the conservative Washington Policy Center in Seattle along with Tea Party activist Ben Carson, a prominent right-wing speaker and staunch opponent of ObamaCare.
WisDems Call on Scott Walker Administration to Revoke Grant to Tea Party Group Involved in $500,000 Pay-to-Play Scandal
Wisconsin Democrats today called on the Scott Walker administration to revoke a $500,000 grant made to the United Sportsmen of Wisconsin after new documents revealed the Tea Party group falsified its federal tax status.
Scott Suder Joins Scott Walker Administration as Questions Remain About His Motivations in $500,000 Pay-to-Play Scheme
Weeks after announcing he was leaving the Assembly to accept a high-paying political appointment in Scott Walker’s administration, Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder today officially submitted his resignation.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate commemorating Labor Day 2013.
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.
Statement of WisDems Chair Mike Tate on 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Speech at the March on Washington
As Americans pause to reflect on the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech during the March on Washington, Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate released the following statement:
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.