Prosecutors accuse Gov. Scott Walker of personally overseeing a sweeping “criminal scheme” to illegally coordinate fundraising and campaign activity among conservative groups in a broad effort to help him — as well as Republican senators — fend off recalls targeting them in 2011 and 2012, court documents unsealed Thursday show. In the documents, which were…
[Chisholm wants to avoid recall with the help of white attorney supporters? Isn’t that reflex what brought him trouble?- ed.] Via Attorneys Rush to Chisholm’s Defense @ Murphy’s Law.
Steitz’s announcement has caught the GOP establishment by surprise – and they aren’t pleased about it either. So far, Steitz is positioning himself as the “more conservative” of the conservative candidates – a tactic that may play well with the wingnut crowd – but won’t win him the primary. Via Wanggaard Primary Causes GOP Civil…
Graeme Zielinski offers his explanation: Part of the reason that you have not heard about the threats delivered to progressive leaders is part of a strategy that recognized that it was to the advantage of Republicans and, during the recall, Walker, to make the whole process look like a shit show. Every minute they’re talking…
There’s a school-board target now: “We have a District Administrator who is leaving, and we have three remaining members of the School Board who were not recently elected that are nothing more than a ‘rubber stamp’ for her agenda,” Braeger said in a press release Tuesday. “They have shown no respect for the opinions of…
Red county. Via FREEDOM EDEN.
2012 recall elections price tab. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Big money. Via TMJ4.
Via Racine Journal Times.
Likely. Via Isthmus.
Least conciliatory concession possible. Via WisPolitics.
Down the drain. Via WQOW.
Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
But it’s a coin flip whether he will. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
GOP’s Wanggaard plots what to do next. Via WisPolitics Election Blog.
Senate up for grabs. Via WisPolitics Press Release.
Little change. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Final voter participation tally in the June 5th recall. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
The real winners. Via Isthmus .
It isn’t. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Senate majority in balance. Via WisPolitics Election Blog .
Dems couldn’t offset. Via Gilbert @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Control of upper house of legislature to be decided. Via TMJ4.