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A Milwaukee woman has decided to run for governor as a Democrat. Wisconsin election records indicate Marcia (MAR'-see-ah) Mercedes Perkins quietly registered to run on Monday. When reached by phone on Friday she said she couldn't talk immediately and
Vinehout, who has been recovering from a car accident and resulting surgery on a fractured arm, will hold a press conference on Friday to announce her decision. Some progressives and Wisconsin labor leaders had been encouraging Vinehout's exploration
The Wisconsin State Patrol says Democratic state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout was not wearing a seatbelt during last month's crash that severely injured her arm and sidelined her potential run for governor. The Wisconsin State Journal reported Wednesday (
Kathleen Vinehout will challenge Mary Burke for the chance to take on Scott Walker next year as the Democratic nominee for Wisconsin governor. \n\n Party insiders and professionals are apoplectic about that prospect...A primary will sharpen Burke as
Wisconsin state Senator Kathleen Vinehout was involved in a car wreck Sunday morning en route to Milwaukee, a member of her staff told The Progressive . The likely gubernatorial candidate's condition was unclear at time of this story's publication.
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