Leading Off ? WI-Sen: On Thursday, Wisconsin GOP Rep. Sean Duffy announced that he wouldn't challenge Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin next year. Duffy's decision comes as a bit of a surprise, since he took the time during his uncompetitive 2016 re-election campaign to run a joint ad with Sen. Show More Summary
(AP) — Wisconsin Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy says he won't challenge Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin in 2018, clearing the way for other Republicans who had been waiting for his decision to get in the race. Numerous other Republicans have been considering the race, including state Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Madison businessman Eric Hovde.
Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy won't challenge Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin in 2018, clearing the way for other Republicans who had been waiting for his decision to get in the … Click to Continue »
Two days after democratic senators Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin sent a letter to Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein, asking if Goldman effectively runs the country through its extensive alumni links at the Trump administration, and requesting...Show More Summary
Democratic Senators Tammy Baldwin and Elizabeth Warren sent a letter to Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on Friday asking for information regarding Goldman Sachs' influence over the Trump administration. Specifically, Warren and Baldwin...Show More Summary
Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says the GOP must avoid a crowded primary in next year's race against Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin. Fitzgerald is considering running along with a … Click to Continue »
There is some risk of walking the plank for the lunatics. The Senate Democrats who are likely to sweat this vote include Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, Michael Bennet of Colorado, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, Joe Donnelly...
Wisconsin Republicans have decided to ignore what usually happens in midterm elections and go all in in trying to defeat U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin in 2018. They have already started to attack and smear Baldwin at every turn. Going along...Show More Summary
This is what put me over the edge: "Tammy Baldwin opposes Donald Trump's SCOTUS pick, sparks Twitter war with Scott Walker."If mainstream journalism thinks it's better than social media, it should go out and find real-world events to describe and explain. Show More Summary
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin got in a spirited online battle of words Thursday over President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court. Baldwin … Click to Continue »
A super PAC trying to draft Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke for a Senate bid is attacking the sexual orientation of Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), who is up for reelection in 2018. The group’s website, Sheriff David Clarke for U.S. Show More Summary
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), the only openly lesbian or gay U.S. senator, is voting “no” on three upcoming confirmation votes for anti-LGBTQ Donald Trump cabinet nominees. They include Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos, whose...Show More Summary
I'm reading the Wisconsin State Journal's report on a memo Senator Tammy Baldwin just sent around to supporters:The first-term Baldwin, D-Madison, says she’s prepared to have the GOP target on her back. In a memo to supporters Monday,...Show More Summary
Price got tough questions on Obamacare repeal and conflicts of interest.
Wisconsin’s Tammy Baldwin believes dairy alternatives “have gotten away with using dairy’s good name for their own benefit.”
Sen. Tammy Baldwin will fight for milk until the cows come home. Baldwin, a Democrat from Wisconsin, otherwise known as America’s Dairyland, introduced the Dairy Pride Act on Thursday to fight back “against non-dairy products that are...Show More Summary
Republicans, emboldened with Trump's win in the state, already have surfaced 7 possible candidates.
Led by the Victory Fund's Aisha Moodie-Mills (pictured), politicians and officials like Senator Tammy Baldwin and Army Secretary Eric Fanning strategize ahead of January 20.
Apple's Out CEO and the first openly gay senator were among the names floated for the ticket.
Hillary Clinton may have considered a gay or lesbian running mate, if the hacked email is credible.