Republicans are breathing easier following Tuesday’s $5 million Wisconsin Senate recall race.
Sen. Sheila Harsdorf of River Falls has defeated her Democratic challenger in one of six recall elections targeting Republican incumbents in the Wisconsin Senate.
Millions of dollars have been spent in the air war to win Wisconsin’s controversial recall elections. But is what you’re seeing even true?
In nearly every commercial break, Twin Cities television stations are airing ads bashing incumbent Republican Wisconsin State Senator Sheila Harsdorf for giving corporations and millionaires tax breaks, and bashing Shelly Moore for wanting to give government health care to illegal immigrants.
In a strange twist, Wisconsin’s primary on Tuesday will feature one candidate who doesn’t even want to be in office.
If you’ve been watching television recently, you may have seen ads about a special state senate recall election in Wisconsin.
A western Wisconsin man has been arrested for stealing some petitions to recall state Sen. Sheila Harsdorf.
Supporters of Gov. Scott Walker made the case for the governor’s budget bill with a 10 city bus tour around Wisconsin.
Nearly two weeks since the first protest in Madison, Wis., union supporters, angry about the bill to end collective bargaining rights, continue to rally around the state.