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Evers says he wants to hold the governor accountable; Walker says "Wisconsin is working" and Evers would be a step backward.
Once the dust settles and the polls close, here's where you can find the Democratic candidates for governor celebrating or consoling tonight.
Cap Times editorials and candidate pitches to voters for the Aug. 14 primary election.
Voters will choose a Democrat to take on Gov. Scott Walker.
The Democratic Party has been building infrastructure to support its gubernatorial nominee, who will be selected Tuesday.
Five days ahead of Wisconsin's Democratic gubernatorial primary election, the candidates vying to officially challenge Scott Walker in November gathered for a debate in Madison, emphasizing their ability win statewide in November.
Flynn is one of eight Democrats running in the primary to be decided Tuesday.
Flynn said that a vote for Evers would mean voting for a “Republican light” agenda.
The debate is one of the last before voters select a nominee to challenge Gov. Scott Walker next Tuesday.
Gov. Scott Walker pushed back against Democratic proposals to reduce the state's prison population by half.
Also, the Democratic candidate for attorney general raised more money than the Republican incumbent in July.
Every Democratic candidate has the same big idea: beat Scott Walker. But some contenders are thinking big about what a governor and a state can do.
The eight Democrats running for governor laid out their closing arguments against the incumbent.
At a forum Friday on issues impacting Milwaukee county, the candidates took chances to criticize Republican Gov. Scott Walker.
Walker's campaign is set to air four unique ads touting the state's deal with the Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company, focusing on the impact of the project in each region being targeted.
It's irresponsible to make party loyalty pledges, McCabe said during a WisPolitics luncheon.
Walker called on one of his Democratic challengers to drop out after his party chastised other Democrats for not doing so.
Candidate for Wisconsin governor Matt Flynn aggressively refuted accusations that he played a role in covering up sexual abuse committed by Catholic priests.
The matter wasn't referred to police until nine years later despite Flynn's insistence he advised the archdiocese to refer abuse allegations to police.
The Capital Times invited all candidates for Wisconsin governor to write op/ed columns making their cases to voters. We will publish one column daily beginning July 22 and collect them in our Election Roundup prior to the Aug. 14 primary.
Over the last month, his campaign has released two television ads featuring teachers praising his education record as he seeks a third term.
If a Democratic political strategist were to engineer the perfect challenger to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker in November, that candida…