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Wisconsin Guesses At What Younger Workers Want

December 20, 2017

Gov. Scott Walker and state economic development officials want to spend about $7 million on a marketing campaign to entice young, college-educated workers to move to Wisconsin.

Stepp to Oversee Environmental Protection for Midwest

December 19, 2017

Trump’s EPA Appoints Former DNR Secretary Who Left the Agency in Tatters

MADISON – In a damaging blow to Wisconsin’s – and its neighbors’ – environmental and public health, former Wisconsin DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp is now in charge of environmental protection for the entire Midwest.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission needs to be run by the best administrators

December 19, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                     Contact: Erin Grunze, Executive Director

December 19, 2017                                                                   608-256-0827;

Rep. Sargent Statement on Calls for Elections, Ethics Commission Resignations

Melissa Sargent
December 15, 2017

                                                                 December 15, 2017

Contact: Britt Cudaback, , 308-440-2939

 

Rep. Sargent Statement on Calls for Elections, Ethics Commission Resignations

10th Senate District Interview with Reuben Herfindahl

Candidate Interview: Reuben Herfindahl (D) Candidate for 10th Senate District

December 15, 2017

Reuben Herfindahl is a Democratic candidate for the 10th Senate District.

Adam Jarchow - Republican Candidate for 10th Senate District

Candidate Interview: Adam Jarchow (R) Candiate for 10th Senate District

December 15, 2017

Continuing the series of interviews with Adam Jarchow.

Wisconsin Eye Interview with Brian Corriea - Libertarian Candidate in the 10th District

Candidate Interviews: Brian Corriea (L) Candidate for 10th Senate District

December 15, 2017

Continuing the Wisconsin Eye interviews with 10th District candidates.

Republican Bill Second-Guesses, Restricts Local Government

December 14, 2017

             Republican Bill Second-Guesses, Restricts Local Governments

Assembly bill would add restrictions to local governments raising money for transportation projects

Evers Campaign Statement on Foxconn Tax

December 13, 2017

“Today it was revealed that Wisconsin electrical customers are being asked to foot the bill for 40 years to build a new $140 million dollar facility to provide electricity for Foxconn.  It wasn't enough for Walker to give Foxconn a $3,000,000,000 sweetheart deal paid for by Wisconsin taxpayers.  Now Foxconn wants Wisconsin ratepayers to cough up another $140 million from their own wallets.  This deal just keeps getting worse and worse.  Scott Walker should be ash

John Calabrese - Democratic Candidate for District 10

Candidate Interviews: John Calabrese (D) Candidate for 10th Senate District

December 10, 2017

Wisconsin Eye has been interviewing candidates for the 10th District State Senate seat that has been opened up because Sheila Harsdorf is leaving for Washington for an administration position in agriculture. , and is on a very short timetable.