Profiles and stories from the race for governor.
Some companies with operations in Wisconsin outsourced jobs shortly after receiving state financial assistance.
The ad implies Burke missed Wednesday's Madison School Board meeting but she participated by conference call.
Walker said Burke is being hypocritical for taking credit for Trek Bicycle's success, while downplaying its outsourcing.
Gov. Scott Walker leads Mary Burke 46-45 among registered voters, but she leads 47-46 with likely voters.
In 2006, 59 percent of voters supported the marriage amendment. Now about the same percent support repeal.
The proposal is included in a 27-page rural issues platform the Democratic gubernatorial candidate released Friday.
Gov. Scott Walker called on legislators to repeal the state's adoption of Common Core and replace it with "standards set by people in Wisconsin."
About 30 percent of the nearly 63,000 people who lost Medicaid coverage this year in Gov. Scott Walker’s budget signed up for health insurance…
The Madison Democrat says he's "following a dream," one of his coping strategies for his midlife mental health crisis.
The libertarian candidate for governor wants to become a part of an upcoming debate.
Gov. Scott Walker raised more than twice as much as Mary Burke, has three times as much cash, reports show.
Gov. Scott Walker has faced criticism from veterans groups for repealing equal pay protections, among other issues.
But legal experts say it's possible Walker is still a subject of interest in the investigation into possible illegal campaign coordination.
Burke's ad targets the John Doe investigation less than a week after she said it wouldn't be a focus of the campaign.
A Republican governor, Tommy Thompson, started Wisconsin’s BadgerCare health insurance for low-income families in 1999.
National political observers say Walker is now in the same boat as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate says Walker is waffling. He says Burke needs schooling in "Government 101."
Democrat Mary Burke lays out her position on Act 10, which launched an unsuccessful recall of Gov. Scott Walker.
With the state's ban on gay marriages being found unconstitutional, Gov. Scott Walker said Thursday his own views on the issue don't matter.
The likely Democratic challenger seeks to unify the party at its annual convention.
The governor's race called a "toss up," as the week involves a blown spy operation and a case of mistaken identity.
The governor has enacted broad tax cuts. His Democratic challenger wants to target tax cuts to the middle class.
The 46-46 tie is the closest Marquette poll result since it began asking voters about the November 2014 contest last year.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate voted unanimously with the board Thursday night in closed session to enter contract negotiations with Madison Teachers Inc.
Prosecutors overseeing the investigation into Gov. Scott Walker’s recall campaign and other conservative groups are objecting to a request tha…
Meeting in closed session Thursday night, the Madison School Board inched closer toward extending current teacher union contracts through the 2015-16 school year.
Will the differences over job creation make much of a difference to voters?
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson slams Hillary Clinton at GOP Convention in Milwaukee.
They say focus on a resolution supporting state's right to secede is a distraction from fight over school standards.
Gov. Scott Walker refused to back down from his 250,000 jobs promise -- but said he doesn't think voters will penalize him if he doesn't meet his goal.
Republican legislative leaders promptly praised the move, while UW System President Ray Cross said he looked forward to discussing the issue with the governor and lawmakers.
In his first term, Gov. Scott Walker signed more than 450 bills before issuing his first full veto of a bill.
That margin is virtually unchanged from the January poll.
Burke released her “Invest for Success.” plan online Tuesday morning, with an accompanying web video.
Sen. Paul Farrow's letter to Assembly Republicans made a case for passing a bill because it would make for a nice photograph with Gov. Scott Walker and the state's first Latina Republican legislator.
Both predict the Badgers will win it all and UW-Milwaukee will pull off a big upset over Villanova.
The jobs numbers will continue to be a factor in the 2014 gubernatorial campaign.
The Assembly's last scheduled floor session is Thursday.
Burke identified the new program and tax deduction as places she would cut the state's $70 billion biennial budget.
Rasmussen Reports says Scott Walker and Mary Burke are tied heading into the 2014 race.
Burke says the Common Core State Standards ensure students will be ready for college and for careers, and should be preserved.
Gov. Scott Walker pledges that the typical 2018 property tax payment will be lower than it is now.
He continued to deflect questions about the 28,000 emails and other documents, released last week, from his time as Milwaukee County executive.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke criticized Gov. Scott Walker Monday in the wake of the release of thousands of pages of records last week, saying he set "a low bar for campaign ethics."
He's facing scrutiny over the more than 28,000 emails and other documents.
Laptops and personal email accounts helped keep campaign work hidden.
Mary Burke said she would rather save the money for looming budget shortfalls.
A new Marquette Law School Poll finds Gov. Scott Walker leading Mary Burke 47 to 41 percent.
Walker said Wednesday he'll discuss with Obama the propane shortage issue.
Despite concerns from some Republican senators about an income tax cut exacerbating the state's structural deficit, Walker has already ordered the Department of Revenue to account for an income tax rate reduction.
The governor gave his fourth State of the State address months before he stands for re-election and amid talk of a 2016 presidential run.
The governor will describe the plan in his State of the State address Wednesday night.
The state's projected budget surplus will become the next focus as the 2014 gubernatorial campaign unfolds.
The announcement means Madison School Board member Mary Burke likely will face Gov. Scott Walker in November.
Revenues are expected to be hundreds of millions of dollars more than earlier projections.
The first-term governor is talking up tax reform as he heads into an election year.
Republicans have tried to label Burke as an out-of-touch liberal Madison multimillionaire.
Gov. Scott Walker has fired a campaign aide who made offensive comments about Latinos on social media.
Critics say the book is a vanity project that avoids tough topics.
There's a tax ranking controversy, too.
In a career spanning private business, nonprofit organizations and state government, the Madison School Board member has used her executive skills to get the job done, even when it has meant shaking things up.
Mary Burke joins the Winnebago County executive and a rural state senator as three candidates thinking about challenging Gov. Scott Walker.