Gov. Scott Walker today offered an explanation on why he hasn’t responded in public to his loss in the election.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald is minimizing previous statements by Republicans about limiting how much power Gov.-elect Tony Evers should have.
Governor-elect Tony Evers made his first appearance after winning the midterm Wednesday afternoon, just moments before his opponent Scott Walker conceded.
News 18 is still working to learn if there will be a private fundraising dinner later in the day as previously reported by the Associated Press.
In the poll, Walker has 47 percent of support, just one point ahead of Evers’ 46 percent.
The first debate between U.S. Senate candidates Tammy Baldwin and Leah Vukmir turned tense and combative as they clashed over abortion, immigration, health care and a host of other issues.
Democratic Representative Ron Kind and his Republican opponent Steve Toft discussed issues at the monthly Forum event, the theme for the month entitled “Come Meet People Who Impact You Federally”.
Preparations are already underway for Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Eau Claire next Wednesday. The visit is a fundraiser for Governor Scott Walker’s reelection bid.
Voters in Trempealeau County have decided to make a change in the District Attorney’s Office.
“We did a Facebook live today, Tony Evers and I to highlight Governor Walkers long distant trip in the air from Appleton to Green Bay which is 24 miles so we drove it just to show that Governor Walker hasn’t always been responsible with tax payer dollars,” Barnes said.
Democratic candidate for governor Tony Evers has unveiled what he calls a “government for us” agenda that includes creating a nonpartisan redistricting commission and eliminating the Wisconsin Economic Development Agency created under Gov. Scott Walker.
Tickets for the event start at $50 for general admission. Premium balcony seating and a meet and greet will cost $1,000 per person. Only 2,500 tickets are being sold.
State representative Kathy Bernier, who’s also running for the 23rd Senate seat, was in Altoona Thursday to assure people their votes will be secure in November.