"As a Madison native, it is a privilege to serve the community I grew up in and the community I am raising my family in."
Mark Miller, an employee of University of Wisconsin-Stout, held the position of Academic Dept Assoc in the Cstemm department. Miller is listed…
State Assembly veteran Melissa Sargent handily defeated Monona Grove School Board president Andrew McKinney in Tuesday's Democratic primary for Wisconsin’s 16th Senate District.
The Cap Times has produced extensive coverage of the races for four open Dane County seats in the Wisconsin Senate and Assembly. We've assembled it all here in advance of the Aug. 11 primary, including stories and links to forums we hosted in each race.
Only one of the three contenders for the Democratic nomination in the 6th has a chance to unseat Grothman. That’s former state Sen. Jessica King, a lawyer with deep roots in the district’s farm country and a record as a member of the Oshkosh City Council and the state Senate.
Dear Editor: I admit to being discouraged when I retired from our Legislature. But that is why it is so important to me that Rep. Melissa Sarg…
The situation has led to almost two dozen Democrats running for state office. Each seat will see a contested Democratic primary on Aug. 11 — an election that will likely decide who represents four solidly blue districts.
The Democratic candidates for the state Senate District 16 will square off in a virtual forum on Wednesday, June 24, 7-8 p.m. Voters will choose between the two on Aug. 11 and the winner will face Republican Scott Barker in November.
Nearly two dozen candidates are eyeing runs for two vacant Assembly seats and two open Senate seats in the Madison area.
Jennifer Shilling spent a decade in the Assembly before her election to the Senate in a 2011 special election. She is the longest serving female leader in Wisconsin legislative history, according to a statement.
State Rep. Chris Taylor, whose Assembly seat is one of three in Risser's district, said in a separate announcement she will not be seeking re-election to the Assembly "or any other legislative seat in 2020."
Baldeh will face first-term Madison Alder Lindsay Lemmer and Madison attorney and former Assembly committee research clerk Walt Stewart in the Aug. 11 primary.
Democratic Rep. Melissa Sargent is running for state Senate this year to replace outgoing Sen. Mark Miller, of Monona, setting up a potentially crowded primary for her seat.
Dear Editor: There needs to be a primary for Mark Miller’s state Senate seat and Melissa Sargent’s state Assembly seat.
Monona Grove School Board president Andrew McKinney is in.
Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, said she plans to run for his seat, and others are considering a run.
Sen. Mark Miller is the second Senate Democrat to announce his retirement this year.
Dear Editor: A recent Facebook post from Dane County Board Supervisor Yogesh Chawla showed photos of an event for Ken Holdorf hosted by Mary K…
With businesses urging a go-slow approach, the GOP wants much narrower PFAS legislation that Democrats say won't protect public health.
Walker has not commented publicly on the measures since they were passed by lawmakers early Wednesday morning, but signaled his support for them in comments made to reporters Monday afternoon.
Pipeline company is trying to use its enormous wealth to upend rule of law in Dane County
I want to commend state Sens. Mark Miller, D-Monona, and Fred Risser, D-Madison, for their column last Sunday, "High Court shouldn't bail out …
Today, Walker called special elections for Assembly Seat 42 and Senate Seat 1, as he should have done months ago. It’s not often that we’ve had occasion, over the last seven years, to celebrate a victory for democracy here in Wisconsin, but today is one of those rare days.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday called special elections in two vacant legislative districts while maintaining that the process is a "waste of the taxpayers' money."
"Upon further consideration, the Governor has decided not to seek relief from the Supreme Court at this time," wrote Solicitor General Misha Tseytlin in a letter filed late Wednesday afternoon.