Jack Craver is the Capital Times political reporter, focusing on elections, candidates and campaign finance.
The longtime Wisconsin cultural warrior says that judges and public opinion won't stop her from continuing to fight against gay rights.
The Rustic Tavern on South Park Street.
A recent court decision suggests many more groups will be able to avoid publicly disclosing their donors.
The two Democratic candidates have each garnered support from a segment of Madison's governing class.
Both Democrats and Republicans are openly disdainful of negative politics, despite the competitiveness of their district.
The debate over who is responsible for shipping jobs overseas is misleading, say a few disgruntled business leaders.
Senate Democratic Leader Chris Larson angered local activists by supporting a young candidate who was expected to raise money. But Pat Bomhack is losing the finance race to Ernie Wittwer.
The organization Wisconsin Jobs Now! invoked Christian rhetoric in protesting the state's powerful business lobby.
Labor activists protest at the headquarters of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce.