A group of state legislative Republicans think that now, 230 years after our first and only constitutional convention, is a good time to rewrite the Constitution.
One Wisconsin Now this week rolled out an online calendar for activists to post events and to find out what’s happening all across the state.
The only thing that’s remained consistent is Scott Walker’s failed leadership and willingness to say or do anything to try to win an election.
According to a 2016 article in the New York Times, only three bills Paul Ryan has authored since being elected in 1998 have been signed into law.
As reported in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisconsin public schools are now feeling financial pressure as the voucher program drains resources from them
Glenn Grothman, who has enjoyed full taxpayer-paid health care since first elected in 1993, seeks to kick young people off of their parents’ health care plans.
The one-stop shop for Wisconsin activists and allies to find out what’s going on with the resistance in your area and to post events and actions.
He was reprimanded for ethical lapses and criticized for questionable decisions by a school board that found his willingness to follow district policies lacking.
The school privatization industry has given millions of dollars to Scott Walker’s political campaigns and he’s returning the favor.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested that Walker end the week by revealing the identities of the donors to his criminal legal defense fund.
WisPolitics.com is reporting Stephen Einhorn is one of the “business leaders” Lowell Holtz said encouraged him to try to negotiate a sleazy deal.
A simple request to Milwaukee County’s top law enforcement official has yet to be fulfilled as constituents are left in the dark about his whereabouts.
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Inaction by the Wisconsin Elections Commission points to shortcomings in the law, not lack of sleaze in the conduct of Lowell Holtz when he proposed the bribe.
The November 2018 election is more than 600 days away, but for Scott Walker political campaigning is a never-ending story.
We deserve, and need, a consensus justice on our high court whose loyalty is to all American people and our American values, not one president nor one party.
‘That’s More Than One Million People for Every Year Paul Ryan and His Family Have Enjoyed Taxpayer-Funded Health Care.’
We’re shining a light today on the failure of the Attorney General who nearly two months later has yet to provide us with the requested documents.
One Wisconsin Now is calling on Rep. Mike Gallagher to condemn Michael Flynn’s misconduct and return the money Flynn raised for him during his 2016 campaign.
In good news for Wisconsin student loan borrowers, state legislative Democrats have again officially introduced the Higher Ed, Lower Debt Act.
Here are the questions to which Wisconsin constituents are owed answers by the Republican Congressional delegation of Senator Ron Johnson and U.S. Representatives.
The idea behind the Day Without Women is to emphasize the work that women do every day that too often goes unnoticed and undervalued.
Protecting and improving our Great Lakes has been one of the few things it seems almost everyone could agree on. But leave it to Donald Trump to mess that up.
Statements regarding U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-Janesville) continuing support for Donald Trump’s racist and ineffective Muslim Ban.
Lowell Holtz was quick to brag about American Majority working for him but is failing to denounce the vile racism and sexism their executive director .
A restricted, invite-only photo opportunity between Mike Pence and Paul Ryan at a Janesville business today is not a town hall meeting with constituents.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson needed to answer these three questions about the Jeff Sessions scandal.
One Wisconsin Now said they provided three emails and news articles ... that show what they say is a pattern of misusing public resources to benefit Lowell Holtz’s campaign
A liberal advocacy group has asked the district attorneys... to investigate state superintendent candidate Lowell Holtz for allegedly misusing public resources.
Why are Republicans yet to speak out against Lowell Holtz in light of evidence of his repeated violations of state law prohibiting campaigning on public time.
A Madison-based liberal advocacy group is asking district attorneys in two counties to launch an investigation into a state superintendent candidate
“It never crossed my mind that I was going to be violating anything, and I’m still not sure if I violated anything,” Holtz said
"We’ve uncovered a handful of instances where he seemed to be using his official email for campaign related business ..."
the biggest story to come out ... was whether challenger Lowell Holtz should be investigated for sending a political e-mail from a district account during school time
A Wisconsin nonprofit asked district attorneys ... to start an investigation of state superintendent candidate Lowell Holtz for allegedly using public resources for his campaign.
Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper and share what you would say to elected officials refusing to hold district town hall meetings.
One Wisconsin Now provided District Attorneys evidence that Lowell Holtz misused public resources to boost his campaign in possible violation of state law.
One Wisconsin Now recovered a campaign-focused email explaining Holtz's support among Republicans ... violate state laws prohibiting use of government resources for political campaigns
The email sent in May appears to be in violation of the state law prohibiting the use of government resources for campaign work.
"Shows Lowell Holtz was once again using public resources scheming to solicit support for his campaign..."
In the One Wisconsin case, Peterson ruled the state had to restructure its system for providing voting credentials to people who can’t easily get IDs, many of whom are minorities.
One Wisconsin Now filed a complaint with the state Elections Commission alleging election bribery, but ... the alleged deal is not covered by current state law
Three federal court judges expressed deep skepticism Friday over claims that Wisconsin Republicans deliberately made it harder for minorities to vote.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago heard arguments in ... One Wisconsin Institute v. Thomsen, a younger case aimed at more than a dozen elected-related laws passed in Wisconsin since 2011
A three judge panel today heard oral arguments in appeals of the federal voting rights case One Wisconsin Institute, et. al. v. Thomsen, et. al.
One Wisconsin Now has filed a complaint with the state Election Commission, alleging a deal between Holtz and former candidate John Humphries
Lowell Holtz Expected Outside Groups to Handle Fundraising and Organizing for His Campaign for Superintendent of Public Instruction
One Wisconsin Now filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Elections Commission alleging that the deal they discussed was not just sleazy but possibly illegal.
Following remarks at CPAC2017, One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross called on the governor to host a an actual town hall meeting in Wisconsin.