Democratic Gov. Tony Evers hasn’t announced whether he’s running for re-election in 2022, but on the Republican side, the race may already be heating up.
The governor's ability to raise $87 million with a few strokes of a pen has some critics again questioning whether such authority is appropriate.
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In Gov. Scott Walker's quest for the political pinnacle, his foes and friends alike now see the makings of his untimely defeat.
Polling places for Tuesday's general election open at 7 a.m. throughout Wisconsin and close at 8 p.m.
His comments came before a supportive crowd of 100-plus at Beloit College Monday, on a closing campaign tour with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and other Democrats.
Evers, who has touted his support for a $15 minimum wage in Wisconsin, also said he's open to creating exceptions to a $15 wage in rural areas and for teenage workers.
It's the widest margin Walker has ever trailed an opponent in a Marquette poll and a wider margin than he trailed in any poll during his 2014 re-election campaign.
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is narrowly leading Republican Leah Vukmir, the poll finds.
Evers says he wants to hold the governor accountable; Walker says "Wisconsin is working" and Evers would be a step backward.
Voters will choose a Democrat to take on Gov. Scott Walker.
While nearly a dozen major candidates skirmish to be the Democratic nominee, the party is already raising money and building its field operation to support the winner of primary on Aug. 14.
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Wisconsin Democrats running for governor promised to take federal Medicaid expansion money if they defeat Gov. Scott Walker next year, presenting a unified front Monday as the crowded field of candidates gathered at their first forum.
Kurt Kober, a political newcomer and businessman from Sheboygan, said he's considering a governor bid.
Soglin said the surprising appeal of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, particularly in Wisconsin, is part of what changed his mind about a potential governor run.
If Wisconsin had just kept pace with the nation, our economy would be $4 billion bigger.
If you want your vote to matter, and you want to fix Wisconsin, vote for me on Nov. 4.
Expedited appeals court action also could pressure Gov. Scott Walker to elaborate on his views before the election, experts say.
That margin is virtually unchanged from the January poll.
The announcement means Madison School Board member Mary Burke likely will face Gov. Scott Walker in November.
Practicing their negative campaign strategy early, the Republicans are labeling potential Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke an "ou…