Clinton Campaign Locking Up Backers In WisconsinPowerful Wisconsin Democrats are working behind the scenes to raise money and organize supporters to help Hillary Clinton's campaign with just two months to go before the state's April 5 primary, while there are few signs of a similar show of force for her challenger Bernie Sanders.
Wis. Senator To Headline Minn. Democratic EventMinnesota Democrats are looking across the border to Wisconsin for the headline speaker for its major fundraising dinner, which is being held in April.
Baldwin Extends List Of Firsts With Senate VictoryTammy Baldwin is used to firsts. Back in 1998, she was the first woman elected to represent Wisconsin in the House and the first gay non-incumbent ever sent to Congress.
Wis. Voters Face Tight Senate, Presidential RacesWisconsin Republicans are hoping that a native son on the ticket in Tuesday's presidential election will be the answer to ending their 28-year losing streak, which dates back to when Ronald Reagan won re-election in a nationwide landslide.
9/11 Becomes Issue For Ads In Wis. Senate RaceThe Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have suddenly become a major issue in Wisconsin's surprisingly tight U.S. Senate race. Tommy Thompson invoked Sept. 11 in a statewide television advertisement on Tuesday, attacking Democratic challenger Tammy Baldwin.
Wis. Politician Uses Pig To Campaign For U.S. SenateA former Wisconsin congressman running for U.S. Senate has an unusual running mate by his side on the campaign trail.
Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin Joins Wis. Senate RaceU.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin entered the race Tuesday for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by retiring Democrat Herb Kohl, becoming the first Democrat to officially jump in the contest.