The former Milwaukee Election Commission official charged with fraudulently requesting military absentee ballots just days before last month's election posted a $2,500 signature bond in her initial court appearance Friday.
The April 4 spring election also includes a high-stakes race for the Wisconsin Supreme Court that will determine which political party holds a majority on the seven-member court.
On December 1, 2022, the Marquette Law School Poll released the results of its national survey of public opinion over two days, Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, via written releases and video conversations between poll director Charles Franklin and Alan Borsuk, senior fellow in law and public policy. This …
The case is all but certain to end up before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which has a conservative majority. Liberals hope to win the majority next spring.
"I don’t know of anything else she brings to the table other than the Brooks trial,” fellow conservative candidate Dan Kelly said of Waukesha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Dorow.
The Public Service Commission voted Thursday to approve a nearly $367 million revenue increase for subsidiaries of the WEC Energy Group, including We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service Corp.
La Crosse County verified functional and accurate voting machines in a regular election equipment audit that was led by county clerk Ginny Dankmeyer on Thursday.
As reported by WisPolitics.com, the Elections Commission decided to delay fulfilling a request for voter information spearheaded by Rep. Janel Brandtjen until seeing if she will still chair the Assembly Campaigns and Elections Committee in the 2023-24 legislative session. Brandtjen (R-Menomo…
On Wednesday, the town of Campbell supervisors approved a construction bid for the town’s water testing well. The well will be built at Norm Wardwell Memorial Park on French Island.
Trump called Vos in July urging him to pursue decertification of the 2020 presidential election, which cannot happen under state law or the U.S. Constitution
On November 29, 2022, Sen. Julian Bradley (R-Franklin) held an informational briefing on winter heating costs. Invited speakers talked about energy costs and programs available to assist Wisconsinites. Sarah Mead, Director of Gas Supply at WEC Energy Group, addressed natural gas usage, stora…
"He said, 'I'm not going to come in. You've got this thing. I've seen all the numbers. It looks really strong, congratulations,'" Michels recalled of his conversation with Trump.
Waukesha County Circuit Judge Jennifer Dorow is the second conservative candidate to enter the race, which also has two liberal judges running.
On this episode of Newsmakers, WisconsinEye Host Lisa Pugh sits down with outgoing State Representative Timothy Ramthun (R-Campbellsport) to reflect on his career and future plans as he is set to leave the legislature this January. He was first elected to the state Assembly in 2018 and in th…
The state's high court is expected to have the final say on a wide range of issues, from abortion to redistricting, in the next few years.
The La Crosse County sheriff’s election outcome is headed to court, but the losing candidate won’t be part of the lawsuit.
The upcoming election will either tilt the court to a liberal majority or extend conservatives' current 4-3 hold on the court.
Wisconsin's unemployment rate sat at 3.3% last month, compared with a national rate of 3.7%.
"I want to win, and we lose with Trump," Former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan said on ABC. "It was really clear to us in '18, in '20 and now in 2022."
Darling was first elected to the state Assembly in a May 1990 special election. She was reelected in Nov. 1990 before being elected to the Senate in 1992.
As reported by WisPolitics.com, Republican leaders signaled they're willing to work with Dem Gov. Tony Evers on tax cuts plus funding for schools and local governments after the recently reelected governor called them. Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu alongside Assembly Speaker Robin Vo…
The newly reelected Democrat will need Republican cooperation to achieve his goals on bail reform, school safety and getting state dollars to local law enforcement.
On November 1, 2022, Competitive Wisconsin, Inc. and Be Bold Action Accelerator hosted leaders in the field of transportation from across the region to discuss next steps in transportation strategy for Wisconsin. Panelists discussed obstacles Wisconsin faces regarding infrastructure and tran…
The surplus promises to be a major factor in the legislative session that starts in January, as lawmakers take up the next two-year budget.
The delays make it likely the case could land at the state Supreme Court after a new justice takes the bench in August.
“Obviously, the general election did not turn out the way we hoped it would," Amy Loudenbeck said Monday.
Democrat John Siegel’s 175-vote margin in the La Crosse County sheriff’s race has survived a recount and a bid from his opponent to overturn the result.
Republicans were predicted to win majorities in the House and Senate after the midterm elections earlier this month, but came up short in the Senate and won one of the narrowest Congressional majorities on record. Why? Paul Ryan told ABC News "The evidence is really clear: the biggest factor was the Trump factor."
On this episode of Rewind: Your Week in Review, Emilee and JR discuss what's ahead for the budget including the Department of Administration's request to be submitted Monday. Gov. Tony Evers says he can’t envision signing a budget that would lower the state’s top income tax rates as some Rep…