High-ranking members of both political parties were unaware that posting photos of completed ballots on Facebook or Twitter is illegal in Wisconsin, and they promised to quickly take down the posts Friday after election officials reminded voters of the law.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker raised nearly $7 million in the weeks surrounding last month's recall election, extending his already astonishing…
Some see Walker's wide margin of victory as a mandate, and interest groups are telling their sides not to let up.
Democrats were not the only losers in Tuesday's election. The state's recall process — utilized 15 times in less than a year — also received a resounding "thumbs down" by voters who felt the political mechanism had been abused.
A little bashful about your bumper sticker politicking after the election?
Total spending on 15 recall races, including the one targeting Gov. Scott Walker, will easily top $125 million. That is the latest estimate by the government watchdog group the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.
The day after surviving a historic recall, a weary but buoyant Gov. Scott Walker told his Cabinet he would work with political adversaries to help create jobs.
The Milwaukee Police Department says it's evaluating threats made against Gov. Scott Walker through social media.
In Madison, voters were showing up in unprecedented numbers, so much so that new supplies of ballots were being printed for the city.
For about an hour and a half Tuesday morning — the day of the statewide recall election to decide whether Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch would stay in office — no one could get to the town hall in Prairie du Sac.
You have to vote if you want to participate in today's election, even if you signed the petition to recall Gov. Scott Walker.
Here's what you need to know about today's vote.
Wisconsin voters will decide Tuesday whether to keep Republican Gov. Scott Walker in office or replace him with Milwaukee's mayor Tom Barrett.
Democrats worked to seize control of the state Senate in Tuesday's recall elections, banking on anger over Republican Gov. Scott Walker's polarizing policies to spur voters to send at least one GOP incumbent packing.
Whether it was in the small Marathon County village of Hatley, a town hall in Portage County or main drags east and northeast of Madison, many knew weeks or even months ago who they would vote for in Tuesday's historic election.
State election officials say local clerks have issued at least 206,000 absentee ballots for Tuesday's recall elections.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker says he's not worried about a recount as he makes his final campaign stops ahead of Tuesday's recall election.
A former aide to Gov. Scott Walker when Walker was the Milwaukee County executive is due in court for a final pre-trial hearing.
Protests. Lawsuits. Recalls. More protests. More lawsuits. More recalls. Is this the "new normal" for state politics?
Democrat Tom Barrett said Sunday, on CNN's "State of the Union" program, that Republican Gov. Scott Walker could have avoided being forced into a recall election if he had focused on creating jobs, as he had promised, instead of trying to destroy his political opponents.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen plans to dispatch criminal investigators and lawyers to the polls during Tuesday's recall elections to discourage fraud.