The idea of a direct state grant of $500,000 to Choose Life Wisconsin is questioned by Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin Now. [Urban Milwaukee]
Bigoted Views, Affiliations With Hate Group and Conflicts of Interest Cast Cloud Over Newest Member of State High Court.
Koch Network and Christian Right Celebrate Apparent Hagedorn Victory in Wisconsin Supreme Court Race
One Wisconsin Now revealed that Hagedorn founded a school that prohibits anyone working there from being in a same-sex relationship. [Center for Media and Democracy]
Brian Hagedorn Refusing to Give a Straight Answer If He Would Sit on Cases Involving Hate Group Alliance Defending Freedom.
Joanna Beilman-Dulin ... has hammered Hagedorn over founding a school that has policies against gay relationships. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Right-wing candidate Brian Hagedorn continues to stonewall on calls for him to disclose what he said in paid speeches to a hate group.
The spending of the RSLC on candidates like Hagedorn with unsavory, discriminatory views is fueled by similarly unsavory contributors.
Brian Hagedorn remains mum on what he said in speeches he delivered to a hate group while a sitting judge.
Brian Hagedorn continues to keep Wisconsin voters in the dark about what he said in his speeches to a hate group.
Two groups who typically endorse candidates in Supreme Court elections are choosing not to. [WKOW-TV]
Is absence at traditional campaign stop another sign Brian Hagedorn’s anti-LGBTQ extremism too much for even staunch conservatives?
Brian Hagedorn's refusal to divulge remarks raises red flags about his commitment to treating everyone equally before the law.
In a blow to conservatives, a national business group came out to say it will not put money into the state Supreme Court race [WMTV-TV]
Major Conservative Groups Agree: Brian Hagedorn’s Extremism and Homophobia Have No Place On State High Court
A second major conservative group is pulling its support for Brian Hagedorn’s campaign for the Wisconsin State Supreme Court
Throughout his campaign, Brian Hagedorn has chosen not to disavow, but to embrace, his discriminatory views.
One Wisconsin Now was the first to report, Hagedorn and his wife, Christina, in 2016 helped found a openly discriminatory school. [the Isthmus]
Brian Hagedorn said he was compensated for giving speeches while a state court judge but has refused to release copies or recordings of his remarks.
State Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn still has not disclosed the contents of speeches given to a hate group.
One Wisconsin Now today demanded Brian Hagedorn turn over any records of his remarks for which he was compensated by the ADF.
The second was research by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now and third was by Bice’s JS colleague Patrick Marley. [Urban Milwaukee]
State Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn was paid thousands of dollars by an anti-LGBTQ hate group.
Court candidate Brian Hagedorn received more than $3,000 for speeches to legal organization dubbed hate group
Joanna Beilman-Dulman, research director [for One Wisconsin Now], said the alliance has long had a “discriminatory agenda.” [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Hagedorn helped found the Augustine Academy... continues to serve on the school’s board of directors, according to One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Gazette]
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brain Hagedorn is again asking voters to trust he will treat everyone equally on the bench.
Hagedorn “remains intimately associated with an organization that actively discriminates against the LGBTQ community.” [Instinct Magazine]
Hagedorn’s involvement with the school, first revealed by liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, has prompted criticism. [Wisconsin State Journal]
New Evidence Exposes Supreme Court Candidate Brian Hagedorn Putting Homophobic, Discriminatory Beliefs Into Action
New evidence shows Brian Hagedorn continues to act on his discriminatory beliefs, even while serving as an officer of the court.
Liberal Group One Wisconsin Now presented details of Hagedorn's involvement with the school at a news conference. [Associated Press]
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate founded school that allows ban on teachers, students and parents in gay relationships
The Augustine Academy policy was made public Thursday by liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now in a news conference. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The participation ... calls into question Brian Hagedorn’s claims that he will set aside these deeply held personal beliefs. [Capital Times]
One Wisconsin Now held a news conference on the state supreme court election in the Assembly Parlor at the Wisconsin State Capitol. [WisconsinEye]
Record Shows State Supreme Court Candidate Brian Hagedorn Can’t Be Trusted to Leave Anti-LGBTQ Agenda Behind if Elected
Brian Hagedorn’s record shows that he can’t be trusted to carry out the most fundamental jobs as a judge.
One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin said Hagedorn can’t be trusted to be fair and impartial on the court. [WKOW-TV]
Not surprisingly, the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now and Planned Parenthood have doubts about Hagedorn's ability to be objective. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
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Gov. Scott Walker Welcomed Group Pitching Biblical Justification for Trump Border Policy of Taking Children from Parents to Wisconsin
It is a grievous misunderstanding of scripture and misuse of the Christian faith to use it to try to justify the horror of what was being done to families.
Wisconsin’s GOP attorney general secretly attended an anti-gay hate group conference — and just got busted
One Wisconsin Now further uncovered that the conference held at a Ritz Carlton resort in California instructed attendees to keep details “confidential”. [Raw Story]
Documents Show State Attorney General Brad Schimel Was Following Hate Group’s Instructions in Concealing Appearance at Conference
One Wisconsin Now uncovered documents showing a hate group encouraged attendees, including Brad Schimel, to keep appearances at their conference secret.
Gov. Scott Walker’s State Lawyer Secretly Joined Attorney General Brad Schimel, Department of Justice Lawyers at Hate Group Conference
A top lawyer in Scott Walker’s office joined Attorney General Brad Schimel attending a controversial conference hosted by the Alliance Defending Freedom.
15 Judges Object to State Funds for Federalist Society Conference Where WI AG Brad Schimel Plugged Campaign, Praised Hate Group
One Wisconsin Now, a liberal advocacy group, pointed out that the conference was at a luxury resort in California and is demanding information about that trip. [Center for Media and Democracy]
Wisconsin Republican State Convention Features ‘Pay to Pray’ Event With Gov. Scott Walker, Attorney General Brad Schimel
Gov. Scott Walker’s Republican Party of Wisconsin (RPW) will be charging $50 per person for a “pay to pray” breakfast on Sunday.
Brad Schimel had a lot to say trying to justify his paid appearance before the hate group Alliance Defending Freedom.
“Brad Schimel taking a first-class junket from a special interest group that has brought lawsuits against state entities is alarming,” said Scot Ross. [Associated Press]
Brad Schimel needs to come clean on why he took over $4,100 for first class travel and accommodations to appear before a hate group. [PinkNews]
One Wisconsin Now Demands Brad Schimel Turn Over Records for His Appearance at Homophobic Alliance Defending Freedom Conference
Brad Schimel needs to come clean on why, in his official capacity, he took over $4,100 for first class travel and accommodations to appear before a hate group.
NRA Joined by Groups Opposing Birth Control and Equal Rights for All in Supporting Screnock’s Wisconsin Supreme Court Campaign
“It’s in tune with how this Republican-controlled Legislature has operated,” said One Wisconsin Now program director Analiese Eicher. [Wisconsin Gazette]
Trump Homeland Security Hires Anti-LGBT Sheriff Who Called for ‘Rage Then Revolt’ Over Same-Sex Marriage
As a result, groups like GLAAD and the progressive One Wisconsin Now have responded with long lists of Clarke's vitriol. [New Civil Rights Movement]
Jenni Dye, an attorney and research director for the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said the state should cover services for transgender employees regardless of whether federal rules require it. [Capital Times]
The additional challenges for transgender voters under photo ID laws are just another example of the way the law negatively impacts populations. [Wisconsin State Journal]