This March, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker launched what, in the post-Citizens United era, amounts to a de facto presidential exploratory campaign. He jetted to Las Vegas for a private audience with Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino...Show More Summary
"This is the first time since March a candidate has held a lead outside the margin of error among likely voters.... Among registered voters, Walker receives 46 percent and Burke 45 percent...."In the previous Marquette poll, conducted Sept. Show More Summary
The Wisconsin governor hails himself as the antidote to cynicism in politics. But it's pols like Walker who feed it
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has taken a firm 50 - 45 percent lead among likely voters over Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke,...
Wolf Blitzer confronted DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz today over her recent comment that Governor Scott Walker is giving women "the back of his hand."
If you want Mary Burke to beat Scott Walker in Wisconsin, you've gotta help. Burke is just one of our many great endorsed candidates. This is a good thing: Democratic candidates for Congress are crushing their Republican counterparts...Show More Summary
By Matt Arco, NJ.com Gov. Chris Christie made a name for himself among Republicans across the nation for his willingness to take on New Jersey’s public employee unions, including his famous fights with the New Jersey Education Association.
"Yeah, about that serving my whole term thing...ya see it is like this..." Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker was recently campaigning in Green Bay, Wisconsin at a national trucking firm and was asked by a reporter if he would serve his full term if re-elected. Show More Summary
Dems need to work the base while shaving GOP edge with suburban, rural voters. Here's how the First Lady will help
From www.wisconsinbudgetproject.org. A Scott Walker campaign ad that criticizes Mary Burke for her stance relating to the Affordable Care Act (aka the ACA or “Obamacare”) is based on a false premise. It incorrectly equates supporting the expansion of BadgerCare with supporting an expansion of “Obamacare.” Although I don’t think one can say that either candidate [...]
A new poll, by a GOP-leaning pollster, has Gov. Scott Walker (WI) trailing in his re-election bid. It is not hard, for followers of electoral politics, to find some talking head, or some online article, forecasting a forthcoming Republican...Show More Summary
In what's been a surprisingly tight and back-and-forth race in Wisconsin between incumbent GOP governor Scott Walker and Mary Burke, a few top...
On Monday, NARAL Pro-Choice America, the women's reproductive health lobbying group, launched a huge new campaign, targeting three Republican governors known for their ridiculous anti-abortion stances: Wisconsin's Scott Walker, Florida's Rick Scott, and Kansas' Sam Brownback. Read more...
If Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) is reelected this November, he may be able to thank a liberal Democratic senator for his victory. The post An Obscure Senate Procedure May Have Just Reelected America’s Most Anti-Union Governor appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Grothman (left) with Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald during the 2011 battle over Gov. Walker's plan to slash union protections for state workers. Mother Jones offers up a short bio of likely new House Republican Glenn Grothman,...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie travels to Wisconsin on Monday to help Gov. Scott Walker there in his tough re-election fight, an appearance that will pair two possible 2016 Republican hopefuls.
DESPERATION BREEDS NASTINESS: From Scott Walker Opponents, Still More Nastiness.
of removing Scott Walker from office.
Boycott an elderly woman's pizza restaurant for her Walker yard sign? Check.
Mary Burke sent this email to Democrats across the country, asking them to help her defeat Scott Walker in the Wisconsin gubernatorial race. Here’s what she had to say: Since I launched my campaign for governor against Scott Walker last year, thousands of grassroots activists have joined Team Burke. Show More Summary