Where do the candidates for governor, Congress, attorney general, the Legislature and other offices stand on a variety of issues? The Wisconsin State Journal has been interviewing candidates and following the campaigns to find out. Read our coverage before voting Nov. 6.
Referendum skeptics, most of whom are Republicans, dismiss them as political stunts to motivate Democratic voters.
Tony Evers has repeatedly called for a new funding system to address student needs while Scott Walker has focused on freezing property taxes.
Republicans aren't likely to lose control of the Assembly where they have drawn legislative maps to their favor.
Mark Gottlieb said Walker is 'fear-mongering' by claiming his Democratic opponent could raise the gas tax by a dollar per gallon.
Wisconsin's tax climate for businesses is ranked 32nd in the country even after $8 billion in Republican tax cuts.
But Evers dismissed Gov. Scott Walker's claim in a new campaign TV ad that Evers, if elected, would increase gas taxes by as much a dollar.
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.
The governor pledged Friday to ensure those with pre-existing conditions would be covered in Wisconsin if the Affordable Care Act were repealed — a change from his past opposition to the law known as Obamacare.
To pull off the upset, Kohl must convince most of the district's independent voters, and likely some Republicans, that it's time for a change.
It's clear Ryan's support will be critical for Bryan Steil in the general election. Randy Bryce, meanwhile, has used Ryan as his foil.
With election season and health insurance enrollment overlapping this fall, recent state and federal health policy decisions — and others that…
Some national prognosticators see the race as closer to a toss-up after Democrats nominated State Superintendent Tony Evers to challenge Gov. Scott Walker.