You tell me. The opinion area on the supposedly non-partisan WisPolitics.com the past few days…pretty one-sided over there.
Madison turnout high, new Milwaukee system attracts bigger early vote.
His main weapon has been the formerly science-based and conservation-defined Department of Natural Resources converted into a defacto Department of Commerce and directed by business leaders and insiders as the ‘chamber of commerce mentality’ agency he demanded.
The reality is they can’t create an alternative way to cover pre-existing conditions.
What change does Tony Evers offer? A citizen governor, a back to the Founders’ idea of public education and modesty.
A powerful blue wave still has a strong likelihood of kicking Mitch McConnell and his ilk to the curb – and a powerhouse turn in the electorate is essential to truly blocking Trump.
While the media and the Democrats will find a few cases that Schimel handled to try to nitpick, Josh Kaul’s record will go unexamined.
To the surprise of no one who pays attention to tax plans, we once again are witnessing the failure of the GOP’s fascination with “trickle-down economics.”
Walker administration blames director who left in 2012, but four audits in six years show problems persist.
Wisconsinites deserve a committed leader who uses common sense and puts our state ahead of personal political goals. I have the record and the willingness to start putting Wisconsin first, and can actually follow through on the promises I make to this state.
In a poll, 64 percent of Wisconsin voters supported ending cannabis prohibition. Scott Walker opposes it. Tony Evers supports medical marijuana and is open to legalizing recreational use.
Family farms need real assistance to deal with low prices and oversupply.
He respects no one, maybe not even himself, and never seeks win-win outcomes.
By giving districts that financial flexibility and also pumping more state money into their coffers, while simultaneously holding the line on state taxes through what Walker calls the “prosperity dividend” of his restoration of fiscal sanity in Wisconsin, the state’s education budget is healthier than ever … and it no longer needs to rely on federal handouts.
An objective observer will tell you that Vukmir still fared well in the debate. However, she not only had to prevail over her election opponent, she also had to deal with the bias of the panel’s questions.