It’s a yes or no answer to the question of whether Sen. Johnson is doing his job, and we’ve launched IsRonJohnsonDoingHisJob.com to provide people with the answers.
If anyone should have to wait to fill a judicial vacancy until after the next election, it’s Scott Walker, and if anyone should tell him to do so it should be Ron Johnson.
Gov. Scott Walker and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos have in public comments both suggested the absence of an educational campaign on the state voter ID law is in part due to the lawsuits over the law.
Wisconsin Republicans stand united against common sense solutions to the student loan debt crisis that today marks the fourth anniversary of hitting and surpassing the $1 trillion mark.
Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican legislature did nothing as the student loan debt crisis worsens, refusing to act on the ‘Higher Ed, Lower Debt’ Act.
On Equal Pay Day it’s important to consider the real, negative economic consequences for women and their families when it takes them on average over four months longer for their annual pay to reach the same level as men.
On Election Day, the truth comes straight from the horse’s mouth: Republicans passed voter ID because they have to cheat to win in November.
The only fraud in Wisconsin elections has been proven: Gov. Walker and the Republican state legislature changed the laws for partisan, political gain.
Scott Walker has managed to be on all sides of a three-candidate race for the Republican presidential nomination.
With nearly $70,000 in contributions, the Republican Party is the biggest single funder of Rebecca Bradley’s campaign for the state high court.
The people of Wisconsin ought not have their right to vote endangered by the incompetence of Gov. Scott Walker and his administration.
In a poll of attorneys conducted by the Dane County Bar Association, Rebecca Bradley received less than satisfactory ratings in critical areas.
State High Court Candidate Rebecca Bradley More Extreme on Women’s Health Issues Than Raging Misogynist Donald Trump
Ted Cruz is the only candidate still in the race who actively solicited money to help retire his massive campaign debt.
As presidential candidates travel to Wisconsin, one thing they’re quickly noticing is Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson refusing to do his job.
Wisconsin’s leading right-wing homophobic organization, Wisconsin Family Action, has joined the fray in trying to put fellow homophobe Rebecca Bradley on the state high court.
Gov. Walker is the only state Republican to have received campaign contributions from Trump, a maximum $10,000 contribution, on June 23, 2014.
Democrats Offering Student Loan Refinancing, Affordability; Republicans Offering Free Student Labor, Trump’s Scam University, Cuts to Higher Education
When it comes to Donald Trump, you’ve got a better chance of seeing a wall along the Canadian border than Scott Walker criticizing Donald Trump by name.
Rebecca Bradley’s outrageous lie shows a stunning lack of judicial temperament, ethical judgement and personal decency.
First it was homophobe David Clarke, then it was homophobe Rebecca Kleefisch and now Ted Cruz, literally the most homophobic candidate to ever run for president.
She's begging for forgiveness for her homophobia, and yet she keeps using homophobes to boost her campaign. First, it was David Clarke. Now, it’s Rebecca Kleefisch.
Bradley Refuses to Apologize for Holocaust Comments, Cancels Latino-Jewish Alliance Forum Appearance
Rebecca Bradley has abruptly cancelled a previously-scheduled appearance at a Latino-Jewish Alliance candidate forum.
One Wisconsin Now’s entire staff released the following statements about Sen. Mary Lazich (R-New Berlin) announcing she is retiring from elected office.
Will Sen. Ron Johnson continue to be a part of the problem, or will he become part of the solution?
She is desperately trying to convince the public she does not hold extreme and out of touch views on members of the LGBTQ community and women’s health care.
Rebecca Bradley has chosen to associate herself with David Clarke, empowering him to represent her campaign despite his radical, hateful and dangerous views.
In a 2011 article, she identifies the “Don’t Tread on Me” Tea Party refrain as her personal motto, adding to her disturbing and continuing extremism.
Now it is up to Sen. Ron Johnson and his colleagues in the Republican-controlled U.S. Senate to meet their responsibilities to consider Pres. Obama’s nominee.
Reciting campaign talking points is not an apology for hateful speech. It does not explain how one can be trusted to be an impartial member of our the Court.