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12
Oct
2016

voter-us-electionsConfusion stems from a measure passed last year, Act 261, which requires the rejection of absentee ballots with a missing witness address on the certificate envelope, but does not define what a “missing address” is. Nonpartisan election watchdogs ask State Elections Commission to take action.

Written by League Women Voters WI, Andrea Kaminski   
 
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11
Oct
2016

school-bus-kidsAt a Town Hall in rural Northwestern Wisconsin, people are concerned about the amount of their state tax dollars being siphoned away from their local public schools to cover the cost of private school students elsewhere. They value their schools and feel the heavy burden of less state aid through higher property taxes.

Written by Kathleen Vinehout, State Senator 31st District   
 
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10
Oct
2016

donald-trumpSenate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) names Senate Republicans and candidates that have not denounced Trump or rescinded their support of his candidacy.


MADISON, WI – In response to Donald Trump’s comments regarding sexual assault, workplace harassment and the objectification of women, Wisconsin Senate Democratic Leader Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) released the following statement calling on Republican politicians and candidates to denounce Trump and rescind their support of his candidacy:

jennifer-shilling“Despite our political differences, Democrats and Republicans should be united in our opposition to sexual assault and gender inequality. Instead, we continue to see Republican politicians turn a blind eye to Donald Trump’s dangerous and offensive comments condoning sexual assault, workplace harassment and the objectification of women.

“As elected officials and public leaders, we need to be role models for our children and lead by example. It is time for Republican politicians in Wisconsin to break their silence and speak out against Donald Trump’s disturbing actions and offensive comments.

“Through his words and actions, Donald Trump has demonstrated that he is unfit to serve as President of the United States. I call on my Senate Republican colleagues and candidates to immediately denounce Trump’s inexcusable actions and rescind their support for his candidacy.”

The following Senate Republicans and candidates have not denounced Trump or rescinded their support of his candidacy:

Written by Wisconsin Senate Democrats   
 
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10
Oct
2016

trump-clinton-debateHouse Speaker caught in the middle as Trump's aggressive deflections of scandals on Sunday night threaten party loyalty.

Written by GBP Staff   
 
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