Earned Media Archive


  • Records: Evers Using State Planes Less Than Walker

    During the 2018 campaign, opponents focused on Walker’s plane use, including the number of flights that were 50 miles or less.

    WisPolitics, 08/13/2019
  • UW Response to White Nationalism: Threaten Students Protesting Hate

    Board of Regents will hold a public hearing on its plan weeks before students return to campus

    Wisconsin Examiner, 08/07/2019
  • Suit to Limit Evers Veto Power Criticized

    “Republicans and their allies are trying to reverse the results of an election,” said Mike Browne of One Wisconsin Now.

    Urban Milwaukee, 08/01/2019
  • Conservative Lawsuit Challenges Wisconsin Governor’s Vetoes

    Republicans and their allies like those bringing the lawsuit want to overturn the results of the November election.

    Associated Press, 07/31/2019
  • New Madison School Board Member Looks to Use Personal Experience to Inform Role

    He has also spent time ... working for the liberal organization One Wisconsin Now.

    Wisconsin State Journal, 07/30/2019
  • State Budget, Student Loan Debt, Soccer

    Analiese joins Matt Rothschild in the Madison studios to talk the state budget, student loan debt and soccer.

    WTTN-FM, 07/29/2019
  • 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, 07/26/2019
  • Ron Johnson Says Robert Mueller’s Testimony Was ‘sad,’ Says Age Took a Toll

    Analiese Eicher, executive director of the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said Johnson's comments were unfair.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 07/26/2019
  • Republican Lawmakers Seek Path to Ending UW Tuition Freeze by Proposing Inflationary Increases

    Mike Browne, deputy director of liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, said the GOP proposal is "ludicrous".

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 07/25/2019
  • Proposal Would Eliminate UW Tuition Freeze

    However one liberal advocacy group, One Wisconsin Now, said it would do more harm than good.

    WKOW-TV, 07/25/2019
  • Student Debt Earns State a Bad Ranking

    According to One Wisconsin Now... more than one million Wisconsinites carry $24 billion in total student-loan debt.

    Urban Milwaukee, 07/18/2019
  • UNSPUN: July 17, 2019

    Trumps Twitter controversy, Wisconsins new budget and a preview of the 2nd Democratic debate in Detroit.

    WMTV-TV, 07/17/2019
  • Republicans Say Tony Evers Swayed GOP Budget

    Analiese Eicher argued that Evers, by seeking $1.4 billion ask for public education, forced Republicans to offer more.

    Wisconsin State Journal, 06/30/2019
  • State Budget Support, Education, Medicaid

    The results of a survey of Wisconsin voters ... finds Gov. Tony Evers and Democrats with a strong advantage on education issues.

    Door County Pulse, 06/28/2019
  • Wisconsin Supreme Court Ruling Upholds Lame-duck Laws

    A judge in January ruled against Republicans in a challenge from One Wisconsin Institute.

    Capital Times, 06/21/2019
  • UNSPUN: June 19, 2019

    Leigh Mills talks Wisconsin's stage budget ahead of the final vote next week with Mike Browne, deputy director of One Wisconsin Now.

    WMTV-TV, 06/19/2019
  • Wisconsin’s Lame-Duck Lawsuits: Where Are They Now?

    The original case the lame-duck grievance was filed under is still awaiting a decision by the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago.

    Wisconsin Public Radio, 06/18/2019
  • Capital City Sunday: June 16, 2019

    Analiese Eicher & Bill McCoshen weigh in on the governor’s powers and what he might line-item veto.

    WKOW-TV, 06/16/2019
  • Clemons Back in Court for Social Media Blocking

    Earlier this year, a federal judge also sided with One Wisconsin Now after being blocked by three state assembly Republicans.

    Gainsville Sun, 06/14/2019
  • Proposed State Study Could Lead to Mileage Tracking Devices in Cars

    Executive Director Analiese Eicher of One Wisconsin Now said the proposal was a test to see how Republicans might vote on it.

    WQOQ-TV, 06/14/2019
  • A Look at Where Wisconsin’s Lame-duck Laws, Challenges Stand

    [One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the early-voting restrictions in federal court in December.

    Associated Press, 06/12/2019
  • Ex-Gov. Scott Walker Secures Enough Fellow Travelers to Launch Hawaiian Cruise This Winter

    Scott Walker couldn't get enough people to pay to cruise Alaska with him when he actually had power and influence.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 06/12/2019
  • Wisconsin High Court Reinstates Most Lame-Duck Laws

    In the second federal lawsuit filed by One Wisconsin Institute... [James Peterson] blocked early-voting limits.

    Courthouse News Service, 06/12/2019
  • Analiese Eicher: Wisconsin Republicans Make a Bad Student Loan Debt Situation Worse

    There is no debating that $1.5 trillion in student loan debt is a national economic crisis.

    Capital Times, 06/05/2019
  • College Students Vastly Underestimate How Long It’ll Take to Pay Off Their Debt

    One Wisconsin Institute even estimates the average length of repayment at a little over 21 years.

    Washington Examiner, 05/31/2019
  • Conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Kelly Running

    "Dan Kelly is as right wing as you get," said Joanna Beilman-Dulin, research director for the liberal group One Wisconsin Now.

    Associated Press, 05/28/2019
  • Dan Kelly Launches Campaign for Wisconsin Supreme Court

    Meanwhile, One Wisconsin Now Research Director Joanna Beilman-Dulin slammed Kelly for being "as right-wing as you get."

    Capital Times, 05/28/2019
  • Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly Seeks 10-year Term on Court

    Joanna Beilman-Dulin ... said [Dan Kelly's] experience is rooted in Republican politics, which shouldn't be on the court.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 05/28/2019
  • College Grads Expect to Pay Off Student Debt in 6 Years—this Is How Long It Will Actually Take

    One Wisconsin Institute found that the average length of repayment for student debt borrowers is 21.1 years.

    CNBC, 05/23/2019
  • UNSPUN: May 22, 2019

    Republicans are suggesting less additional funding for K-12 schools, as part of their discussion on Governor Tony Evers' Budget

    WMTV-TV, 05/22/2019
  • How Much Student Loan Debt Do Americans Have?

    According to a study from One Wisconsin Institute, it takes an average of 19.7 years to pay off a 4-year degree.

    WCCO-TV, 05/21/2019
  • Taxpayers Likely Will Have to Pick Up Legal Bills in Twitter Case Between Liberal Group and GOP Lawmakers

    Taxpayers likely will have to pick up the legal fees of a liberal group that sued Republican lawmakers for blocking it on Twitter.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 05/21/2019
  • Resistance Radio: May 20, 2019

    One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Analiese Eicher appeared on WRRD-AM to discuss the student loan debt crisis.

    WRRD-AM, 05/20/2019
  • Lame-Duck Laws Debated in Wisconsin High Court

    In one of the suits, filed by One Wisconsin Institute [a judge] blocked early-voting limits contained in the lame-duck bills.

    Courthouse News Service, 05/15/2019
  • Supreme Court Conservatives Attack Lame-duck Arguments

    [One Wisconsin Institute] persuaded U.S. District Judge James Peterson ... to strike down the limits on early in-person voting.

    Associated Press, 05/15/2019
  • Average UWM Student Debt Rose 194%

    Indeed Walker himself apparently faced this problem, as Analiese Eicher, Executive Director of ... One Wisconsin Now, points out.

    Urban Milwaukee, 04/30/2019
  • UNSPUN: April 24, 2019

    Tony Evers says Foxconn's promise to employ 13,000 people is "unrealistic," meanwhile the company insists it will uphold its promises.

    WMTV-TV, 04/25/2019
  • Scott Walker Posts Picture of Himself in Jeans ‘In Support of Sexual Assault Victims, I’m Wearing Jeans on #DenimDay’

    Overall, [Scott] Walker’s record on policies impacting women is abysmal at best.

    Second Nexus, 04/24/2019
  • Scott Walker Wore Jeans for Sexual Assault Awareness, and Twitter Is Reminding Him of His Misogynist Past

    One Wisconsin Now, a progressive non-profit advocacy group, called him “one of, if not the, worst politician in America for women.”

    Daily Dot, 04/24/2019
  • Federal Lawsuit Challenges Wisconsin Student Voter ID Law

    In 2016, a federal court in Wisconsin struck down the requirement that college or university IDs be unexpired.

    Associated Press, 04/23/2019
  • Foxconn Initiated Steps to Change State Contract, Gov. Tony Evers Says

    Analiese Eicher, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said Tuesday's disclosure made Republican lawmakers look bad.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 04/23/2019
  • Wisconsin Elections Board Sued Over Student ID Limits

    The ruling echoed Judge Peterson’s previous 2016 injunction he handed down after One Wisconsin Institute sued ... over voting laws.

    Courthouse News Service, 04/23/2019
  • Evers: Foxconn Deal With State May Need to Be ‘downsized’

    However, while Republicans were decrying Evers’ remarks, the progressive state group One Wisconsin Now welcomed them.

    Racine Journal, 04/18/2019
  • Support for Parts of Evers’ Education Budget Struggles in Poll, Conservative Group Says

    One Wisconsin Now said WILL isn't an organization producing unbiased information because they're ... a lobbying organization.

    Capital Times, 04/09/2019
  • 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, 04/04/2019
  • Lame-duck Scorecard: Where the Cases Stand in the Fight Over GOP Laws Limiting Wisconsin Governor

    One Wisconsin Institute... asked U.S. District Judge James Peterson to enforce his earlier [early voting] decision.

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 04/04/2019
  • Brian Hagedorn Declares Victory: What That Means for the Wisconsin Supreme Court and Its Next Election

    "Whatever the outcome is, the electorate is going to be older, whiter and more conservative. That's just who shows up to these races."

    Capital Times, 04/03/2019
  • UNSPUN: April 3, 2019

    The dust settled on Wednesday following the 2019 spring election. NBC15’s Leigh Mills sat down with two political analysts to discuss.

    WMTV-TV, 04/03/2019