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State Sen. Kathleen Vinehout appears to be moving toward a run for Wisconsin governor...If they don't believe their parents, maybe America's teens will listen to the Pentagon's top general.
When are you coming out with your book?\" he asked, alluding to Gov. Scott Walker\'s recent Unintimidated: A Governor\'s Story and a Nation\'s Challenge . \n\n \"Believe it or not I\'m focused on the people of Wisconsin,\" Burke told the
Webster, Nov. 7, 2013 Even though Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker appears to be entertaining a potential run for the presidency , he's still got to go through Wisconsin's Democrats one more time. Rache Maddow on Wednesday night was Democrat and
The Ed Show," The Progressive 's Editor Ruth Conniff told a panel that a recent poll on Gov. Scott Walker's reelection chances shows that pretty much "anyone" could beat him at this point. Speaking about Walker's already-announced Democratic
Democratic state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout says winning the governor's race is "doable," and she still hasn't decided whether to get in. Vinehout said Thursday she is going to spend the next six weeks traveling the state and speaking with people about
Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris says he won't run for governor unless two other potential Democratic candidates opt out. Harris, former Trek executive Mary Burke and state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout, all Democrats, have been mulling challenging
I suggested that the Democrats would be smart to make sure that there is a vigorous primary for the party\'s nomination of its 2014 gubernatorial candidate. \n\n Since the op-ed was published, a number of people have asked me who\'s out there besides
Wis. (AP) Assembly Republican leaders said a projected $500 million state revenue boost announced Thursday should be tapped to increase public school spending and make deeper income tax cuts. The more positive estimate for tax collections during the
Subscribers can log in and access digital editions and our archive...Today is the deadline for candidates challenging Scott Walker for governor in the historic recall election to turn in their nomination papers to the Government Accountability Board.