Wisconsin voters took a sharp turn to the left in Tuesday's election, electing the first non-incumbent liberal to the state Supreme Court in a generation.
Democrats, progressives and the largest voting block in the country are energized and realize the power they have to make change with their votes.
"Scott Walker, you hear that WAKE UP CALL?" Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now said in a statement.
"Democrats have traditionally lost competitive races in the spring ... But there's been a year and a half of activism, getting people organized."
Voters rejected the efforts of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce that spent at least $1.6 million to try to elect their favored candidate.
With the victory of Rebecca Dallet over Michael Screnock, progressives have won an open seat on the Wisconsin State Supreme Court for the first time since 1995.
Meanwhile, liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, which has worked to discredit Screnock, sent a letter to WMC’s Board of Directors.
The criticism of the ad comes from several victims advocates as well as the liberal-leaning, One Wisconsin Now group.
One Wisconsin Now has sent the following letter to the board of directors of the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce demanding it pull down the television ad.
Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now argued that Americans for Prosperity-WI is essentially "the field operation for turning out Republican voters in elections."
Joanna Beilman-Dulin at One Wisconsin Now said voters should not trust a candidate who has sided with “big corporate polluters and recklessly unsafe employers.”
A Milwaukee family says it's outraged after seeing a political advertisement on TV that they say identifies child victims of sexual assault.
The Supreme Court race is “a statewide election and it’s the kind that conservatives have been winning since 1995,” said Scot Ross.
Reports filed with the state show of the roughly $900,000 Screnock has raised for the race, 38 percent, or $345,000, came from the state Republican Party.
Michael Screnock has taken 38 percent of his campaign money from the Republican Party for his race for a seat on the non-partisan Wisconsin Supreme Court.
He has also faced scrutiny for not saying whether he would step away from cases involving the state’s business lobby, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce.
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce is back on the air with television and radio ads in support of their favored candidate, Michael Screnock.
The mailing, revealed by the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, urged NRA members to vote for the "pro-Second Amendment" Screnock.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock will be a no-show at a forum sponsored by the Dane County Bar Association today.
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If Michael Screnock applies his own rhetorical standard for judges to himself, could he earn his own support? It seems the answer would be no.
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Michael Screnock again refused to commit to removing himself from hearing cases as a judge involving his past work as a hired gun attorney for Gov. Scott Walker
Is the NRA threatening journalists and others with whom they disagree something Michael Screnock supports? And if he doesn’t, he needs to rebuke the NRA.
As a former attorney working for Gov. Scott Walker and advocating for his agenda, Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock is a walking conflict of interest.
Michael Screnock was the beneficiary of nearly $600,000 in television ads courtesy of the state big business lobby. How will he say thank you?
An NRA mailing sent to voters in Wisconsin before the primary, obtained by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said that Screnock "vowed to protect your firearm freedom."
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