Wisconsin State Supreme Court Candidate Daniel Kelly Co-Authored Column Opposing Efforts to Clean Up Court Campaigns.
Dan Kelly has taken over $14,000 from members of the board of directors of a right-wing legal outfit that has argued multiple cases in front of the state Supreme Court.
Dan Kelly attempted to hide years of controversial blog posts he authored from the public after being appointed to the state high court.
A federal judge ruled in January that Vos... violated the First Amendment when they blocked liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Racine Journal Times]
And, let's not forget Nygren's role in blocking the liberal group One Wisconsin Now from following him on Twitter. [Capital Times]
One Wisconsin Now, a left-leaning non-profit in the state, conducted the investigation into state records that found this information. [Newsweek]
But Wait, There’s More. Lawyer/Lobbyist Hired by Joint Committee on Finance Previously Defended GOP Legislators in Open Records Case
The lawyer/lobbyist hired by Joint Committee on Finance previously defended GOP legislators in open records case.
Questions Swirl Around State Budget Committee Republicans’ Hiring of Lawyer/Lobbyist at Taxpayer Expense
Questions continue to swirl around the Republican co-chairs of the state budget committee hiring a lawyer at state taxpayer expense.
GOP legislators agreed to confidentiality when leaders rigged district lines, now reject effort to comply with law they passed.
During the 2018 campaign, opponents focused on Walker’s plane use, including the number of flights that were 50 miles or less. [WisPolitics]
Court opinions which Dan Kelly authored or joined and his positions on court rules show his extremism in action.
Robin Vos is refusing to make a simple workplace accommodation for a fellow state legislator who was paralyzed.
While a right-wing legal group had a case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Justice Dan Kelly took campaign contributions from members of its board of directors
One Wisconsin Now reveals he received $1,000 contributions from board members of the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty. [Door County Pulse]
How far are Republican legislative leaders willing to go to avoid working with Gov. Tony Evers and Democrats to pass a state budget?
One Year Ago: Robin Vos Traveling Companion Cliff Rosenberger Resigned Amid FBI Corruption Investigation
Today marks an ignominious one year anniversary for Assembly Speaker Robin Vos.
New Court Filings Show Assembly Speaker Robin Vos Using Taxpayer Money to Dodge Questions About What He Did With Taxpayer Money
Lawyers Argue Robin Vos Can’t Be Questioned Over His Schemes Using Public Resources to Protect His Own Political Power
Robin Vos won’t talk in connection with a lawsuit filed over his and state Republicans’ rigging of state legislative district lines.
Brian Hagedorn was at the center of some of the most notorious efforts to evade and gut Wisconsin’s open records law.
A federal judge ruled three Wisconsin GOP lawmakers were in violation of the First Amendment when they blocked One Wisconsin Now [Badger Herald]
Federal Court Sides With One Wisconsin Now in Twitter Blocking Lawsuit Against Republican State Representatives
A judge has delivered an opinion in favor of One Wisconsin Now in their lawsuit over being blocked from the government Twitter accounts.
Brian Hagedorn’s $20,000 Donor Threatened His Employees’ Livelihoods if President Obama Won 2012 Re-election
According to campaign finance records Michael White is recorded as having donated $20,000 to Hagedorn’s campaign.
This ruling reminds our elected officials that when they create a public forum, they can’t silence people with whom they disagree.
For 2019 Republican Speaker of the State Assembly Robin “Boss” Vos will have a million dollar staff, literally.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos of Rochester has hired three former Walker officials to his staff and Rep. John Nygren of Marinette has taken on Walker’s former budget director. Those new positions are adding more than $300,000 to the Assembly payroll, records show. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Robin Vos has shown he doesn’t like leaks in either his professional or private life, based on recent media reports and public records.
"Folks are energized, folks want to be a part of their government, and want to make their voices heard, and I think in Wisconsin we're especially keen on that." [WMTV-TV]
The advocacy group One Wisconsin Now highlighted Walker's extensive use of airplanes to travel to events all over the state costing taxpayers $818,000. [Center for Media and Democracy]
In September 2018 Scott Walker charged Wisconsin taxpayers over $6,500 to fly from Madison to Milwaukee to Omaha, Nebraska and back to Madison.
New flight records released late Friday by Scott Walker to One Wisconsin Now reveal Walker again broke the law with his use of the state airplane.
Four pedophile ex-priests had their professional licenses granted under Gov. Scott Walker’s administration
Scott Walker was responsible for pedophiles getting licenses for the last eight years, and Scott Walker had to hope no one found out before the election. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested Attorney General Brad Schimel could dress up as Scott Walker for Halloween.
Three Months and Four Days Later, Still No Reimbursement or Remorse From Scott Walker for Illegal Usage of State Plane
In July 2018 Scott Walker broke the state law prohibiting politicians from using taxpayer resources to benefit their campaigns.
The beltline in Madison can be tough commute and Scott Walker has shown time and again he has no shame when it comes to taking to the air at taxpayer expense.
Terry McGowan, president of Local 139, referred to a report from the liberal group One Wisconsin Now that found Walker had spent more than $800,000 on flights. [Daily Reporter]
Scot Ross, the head of One Wisconsin Now, says Douglass can't be trusted to represent "the trade group for the industry people rely on for unbiased information." [WISC-TV]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now slammed Douglass, saying her participation in the ad raises questions about the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Scot Ross, the head of One Wisconsin Now, says Douglass can't be trusted to represent "the trade group for the industry people rely on for unbiased information." [Associated Press]
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association chair-elect Nancy Douglass resigns amid criticism over attack ad targeting Randy Bryce as a ‘deadbeat’
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now slammed Douglass, saying her participation in the ad damaged the credibility of the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Incoming Wisconsin Broadcasters Board Chair Featured in Paul Ryan Super PAC Ad Attacking Wisconsin Democrat Randy Bryce
‘Ms. Douglass Can Be as Big a Right-Wing Partisan Republican as She Wants, But She Can’t Also be Trusted Representative for Broadcast Trade Association’
Still, Joanna Beilman-Dulin, research director for liberal group One Wisconsin Now, accused Pirlot of using money to ensure the Senate takes up the bill. [Associated Press]
Walker’s use of the state plane has been criticized by since One Wisconsin Now released reports revealing what they called his “misuse” of the state plane. [WKOW-TV]
Among the most egregious examples of Gov. Scott Walker’s “misuse and abuse” of the taxpayer-funded state plane are ridiculously short flights he took.
Walker has spent $934,000 in taxpayer-funded flights between September 2015 ... and July of this year, records obtained by One Wisconsin Now show. [Associated Press]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now summed up the shameless behavior with the quip, “Schimel put the AG in swag.” [Wisconsin Gazette]
Scott Walker Scheme to Use State Airplane to Film Campaign Ad Similar to Incident in Which Former GOP Governor McCallum Was Investigated by Wisconsin Ethics Board
Scott Walker Scheme to Use State Airplane to Film Campaign Ad Similar to Incident in Which Former GOP Governor McCallum Was Investigated by Ethics Board.
Another Brad Schimel Blunder: Attorney General’s Pick to Run Office of School Safety Stands to Personally Profit From Fund She Oversees
Days before being announced as Brad Schimel’s pick to run the Office of School Safety, Kristen Devitt incorporated a business offering school safety trainings.
His new motto is ‘I fly, you buy’ and our research and ad shows Scott Walker is not the same guy he’s been trying to sell to Wisconsin.
One Wisconsin Now recently reported on Walker’s taxpayer-funded airplane travel since September 2015 when he dropped out of the presidential race. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Information obtained today by One Wisconsin Now shows the Governor’s office intentionally scheduled an event at Nicolet Technical College on July 17.
Samantha Kerkman said Tuesday she has nothing to hide and did nothing illegal in working for companies owned by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, a fellow Republican. [Kenosha News]