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Human Rights Campaign endorsement

Yesterday, we reported the major endorsement that Rep. Kelda Helen Roys (D-Madison) received from Emily’s List, the nation’s largest group advocating for women in politics, in her campaign for Congress in Wisconsin’s 2nd District.  Today, one of her opponents, Rep. … Continue reading

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Jobs special session, No pay, No spray, Emily’s List in Wisconsin

Later this morning, Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) will announce the end of next month will be set aside at the State Capitol for a special session on jobs. WisPolitics.com reports this  morning though that two measures which have been touted … Continue reading

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Erpenbach not running for Congress

Sen. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton) announced on his Facebook page this afternoon that he will not run for U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin’s (D-Madison) seat in the U.S. Congress next year as she runs for the U.S. Senate. Erpenbach wrote, “The fight … Continue reading

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Jobs, jobs, jobs, Anger at the Capitol, Citizen hero

Gov. Scott Walker is in La Crosse today for his first Job Creation Forum. It comes after last week’s announcement that Wisconsin had lost around 800 private sector jobs in the latest statistics and unemployment is now at 7.9% in … Continue reading

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Democratic Primary Challenge(s)

And they’re off. The race among democrats to capture the most traditionally democratic congressional seat in the state has begun. Madison area State Representatives Kelda Roys and  Mark Pocan announced their candidacies for the 2nd Congressional Seat, a spot opened earlier … Continue reading

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