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Feingold wouldn't say who he voted for in Wisconsin's April 5 Democratic presidential primary, saying his goal is to encourage party unity.
In 1992, Feingold pledged to get the majority of his campaign contributions from inside Wisconsin, a promise he says is now outdated in the age of super PACs and unlimited political spending.
The director of the Government Accountability Board called out Gov. Scott Walker for making "disingenuous" comments about funding a voter ID public education campaign.
The Government Accountability Board is requesting $250,000 for the campaign, to be rolled out ahead of this fall's general election.
Libertarian Robert Burke of Hudson has announced he will run for Congress against incumbent Republican Sean Duffy this fall.
After a long slump, Gov. Scott Walker’s approval rating went up in the latest Wisconsin Survey — jumping up about 4 points from an October poll to 43 percent. Expect that trend to continue, says Rick Esenberg.
In a survey conducted by St. Norbert College, Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television, voters revealed they would likely not put Donald Trump in the White House. Between Trump and HIllary Clinton, respondents sided with Clinton at 46 percent and Trump at 34 percent. Between Bernie Sanders and Trump, Sanders received 52 percent of support with Trump at 33 percent.
Most Wisconsin voters think the U.S. Senate should hold hearings to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court, according to the most recent Wisconsin Survey.
A Madison lawmaker joined the Wisconsin League of Women Voters on Thursday in calling for uncommitted state funding to go toward an outreach campaign to educate voters on Wisconsin's new voter ID requirement.
With months still left to go before Election Day, Russ Feingold has a solid lead over Sen. Ron Johnson in the polls.
Just a couple weeks ago, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders were pointing to Wisconsin as the turning point in this year's presidential primary campaigns, but after Tuesday's New York primary results? So much for that.
One of three Democrats running for the 7th Congressional District seat held by Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy said she thinks Washington, D.C., is out of touch with Wisconsin voters.
Could Gov. Scott Walker finally be breaking out of his slump?
A lot of voters don't seem too thrilled about the direction the state is heading in.
Most respondents to the new Wisconsin Survey said that they don't want the Republican Party to nominate either U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan or Gov. Scott Walker for the presidency.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump would have a hard time getting Wisconsin's vote in a general election, according to the latest Wisconsin Survey.
The massive leak of data from the Panamanian law firm of Mossack Fonseca, now famously known as the Panama Papers, has exposed an elite group of high-profile world leaders who appear to conduct secret and corrupt financial dealings. The 11.5 million documents have been reviewed by 350 journalists...
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel said he is optimistic about the outcome of legal challenges to Wisconsin's voter ID law.
In a news conference in Washington D.C. earlier this week, Speaker Paul Ryan again denied this week any interest in the presidency, saying that he does not want, nor would accept a nomination. One political analyst said he doesn't think Ryan could be any more clear; meanwhile, another said you can't blame people for not believing him.
The anti-Muslim rhetoric of Republican candidates for president is not helping U.S.-Middle East relations according to U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, just back from a congressional visit to the Middle East.