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Wisconsin News:Ryan to Stay in House, Thompson runs for Senate

May 17, 2011


  I am very enthused about the news that Rep Paul Ryan will not run for the open Kohl Senate seat in Wisconsin. Paul Ryan best serves this country by pushing his budget plan. Ryan is THE budget expert in the country.  In the story below story by Ed Morrissey,, writes about former WI governor Tommy Thompson entering the […]

Wisconsin Dems take one special-election seat

May 9, 2011


 Wisconsin Democrats managed to take one Assembly seat from Republicans in a low-key special election where the GOP held two other contested seats. In District 94, which covers rural La Crosse County and parts of Monroe County, Democrat Steve Doyle beat Republican challenger John Lautz, 54 percent to 46 percent with all precincts reporting. Doyle, […]


April 16, 2011


Dems Furious After Wisc. Judge Vote Change

April 9, 2011


Democrats in Wisconsin were crying foul Friday after a significant vote-count change in the hotly contested Supreme Court election gave the conservative incumbent the lead in a race that could decide the fate of the state’s new divisive collective bargaining law. Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said it was “human error” that resulted in more […]

Wisc. Judge Posser Appears in the Winner in election

April 8, 2011


A significant change Thursday in the vote count in a Wisconsin Supreme Court election raised the incumbent into the lead, in a race that some see as a referendum on the state’s Republican governor. Conservative Justice David Prosser had faced a surprisingly strong challenge from JoAnne Kloppenburg, a little-known assistant state attorney general who drew last-minute […]

Wisconsin Supreme Ct Election Could Overturn Walker’s Union Law

March 29, 2011


Stephen Moore at The Wall Street Journal reports on the April 5th election for Wisconsin Supreme Court, which organized labor and the political left are trying to turn into a referendum on Gov. Scott Walker’s budget and collective bargaining reforms. From Political Diary, “Wisconsin’s Battle Supreme“: State supreme court justice elections are typically slam dunks […]

Raw Video: Protesters Hauled From Wisc. Capital

March 10, 2011


If you missed it, this is still going on at the Wisconsin capital. The protesters don’y look loke union workers, they look like street kids recruited to protest and they look like left leaning college students for the University of Liber Wisconsin or students who are earning money on Spring break . This protesting will […]