Ron Johnson has now spent 100 days ignoring the oath he swore to uphold the U.S. Constitution and refusing to do his job.
Plaintiffs in the federal voting rights trial One Wisconsin Institute et. al. v Gerald Nichol et. al. have submitted their post-trial brief in the case.
To continue on a case where she has such obvious conflict of interest would show that her ethics are as warped as her views she expressed on the LGBTQ community.
One Wisconsin Now has “endorsed with the intensity of 1,000 suns” U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore’s “Top 1% Accountability Act of 2016.”
It is long past time for the Senate to do its job and fill the longest judicial vacancy in the nation.
Gov. Walker is denying legal counsel to a state agency because the lawsuit was brought by his campaign chair’s legal fund.
Jesse Kremer issued a press release yesterday declaring the country has been “torn apart” by the “divisive racism” of the first African American President of the United States.
A committee today considered a request to spend $250,000 on an “educational campaign” about the voter ID law enacted by Scott Walker and the GOP-controlled legislature.
Trump University left students across the country deep in debt. Will Ron Johnson continue to endorse more for-profit colleges as a solution to the student loan debt crisis?
Donald Trump gives Scott Walker the maximum contribution for his re-election campaign, Scott Walker turns around and seeks to make oversight of the for-profit college racket more difficult.
It's appalling Ryan would call his plan a better way while refusing to help any of the 43 million Americans with over $1.3 trillion in student loan debt.
Russ Feingold is standing with student loan borrowers in Wisconsin and renewing the call for common sense reform to allow them to refinance their loans.
House Speaker Paul Ryan today announced in a newspaper column that he will vote for Donald Trump, an act a Ryan spokesperson subsequently indicated was an endorsement.
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The real voting fraud in Wisconsin has been exposed, and it is these politicians manipulating the rules on voting to give themselves an unfair partisan advantage.
The only thing the laws passed by Gov. Walker and the GOP-controlled legislature are stopping is legal voters from having their voices heard on election day.
Wisconsin Republicans created a bureaucratic labyrinth to both deny legal voters the ID cards they need and to give themselves an unfair partisan advantage.
In federal court today, a leading national scholar on voting fraud testified that there have been zero cases of in-person voter impersonation in Wisconsin.
Sen. Ron Johnson failed to appear at a hearing today on the nomination of Donald Schott to fill a vacancy on the Federal Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
In testimony in the federal voting rights case, experts agreed that, “it’s working” when it comes to the campaign by Gov. Scott Walker and the Republican-controlled legislature to suppress votes.
In federal court yesterday, the plaintiffs offered testimony from a former high level Republican staffer who revealed that Republican state senators were “giddy” at the prospect of passing a voter ID law.
Plaintiffs are arguing that restrictions adopted by Gov. Scott Walker and the GOP-controlled legislature were meant to and have the effect of making it more difficult to vote.
This is an administration that time and again has manipulated the rules on voting to gain partisan advantage.
Scott Walker is now asking for campaign donations to pay off the massive debt from his failed 71 day campaign for President because his sons are in college.
New polling finds overwhelming support among Wisconsin voters for holding fair hearings and a timely vote on the President’s SCOTUS nominee.
When Ron Johnson refuses to do his job, our courts can’t do theirs. And that means people in Wisconsin and across the nation are being denied justice.
Job Outsourcing Booster of Gov. Walker’s Wrong for Wisconsin Right to Work Law Putting Company Up For Sale?
Donald Trump is the embodiment of the same hate culture upon which Gov. Scott Walker and many of the state’s leading elected Republicans built their careers and rose to power.
It’s a yes or no answer to the question of whether Sen. Ron Johnson is doing his job, and we’ve launched a new site to provide people with the answer.
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.