A white nationalist group began distributing a robocall endorsing Donald Trump to all Wisconsin landlines Saturday in advance of the April 5 primary.
Voters in Milwaukee will decide Tuesday whether incumbent County Executive Chris Abele will continue serving their community or opt for challenger state Sen.
Scott Walker stars in new TV ad Scott Walker showed his support for Ted Cruz in his new TV ad released Thursday, encouraging voters to join him in voting for Cruz in the April 5 Wisconsin primaries.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., appeared in Madison Wednesday, holding a campaign rally at the downtown Orpheum Theater six days before the state’s primary election. Sanders was consistent in the talking points that have been evident throughout his campaign.
JANESVILLE, Wis.-- Donald Trump supporters and protesters sparred prior to a Janesville rally where the divisive presidential candidate criticized Wisconsin Gov.
Gov. Scott Walker formally endorsed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as the Republican presidential nominee Tuesday, a week before the critical Wisconsin primary April 5.
Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill into law Thursday designed to increase reporting of sexual assaults on college campuses. The measure prevents law enforcement from issuing drinking tickets to victims or witnesses of sexual assault.
State lawmaker Rep. Andy Jorgensen, D-Milton, announced Wednesday he will not seek re-election to the Wisconsin legislature but instead intends to run for Rock County Register of Deeds.
Wisconsin Senator Tammy Baldwin introduced a bill Tuesday in an attempt to make college more affordable and to help graduates pay off their student loans.
President Barack Obama named federal judge Merrick Garland to the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday morning, despite firm pushback from a Republican-controlled Senate that they will not confirm a nominee. Speaking at a news conference in the Rose Garden, Obama called Garland a jurist who possesses “decency, modesty, integrity, even-handedness and excellence.” Garland would replace longtime conservative justice Antonin Scalia, who died unexpectedly last month.
The state Senate approved dozens of bills in their last session of the year Tuesday, including most of Gov. Scott Walker’s college affordability package.
The UW System selected Gary Bennett, chief of staff for state Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, to lead an agency that will explore opening new charter schools in Madison and Milwaukee. Starting April 1, Bennett will head the Office of Educational Opportunity and will also be a special assistant to UW System President Ray Cross.