Wisconsin State Supreme Court Candidate Daniel Kelly Co-Authored Column Opposing Efforts to Clean Up Court Campaigns.
Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order today creating a student debt task force to find ways to help Wisconsinites swept up in the deepening economic crisis.
ICYMI: Dan Kelly Campaign Hiding Endorsement of Group That Wants to Outlaw Birth Control and Abortion
Dan Kelly’s campaign has been curiously silent about the support it is getting from a group that wants to outlaw most common forms of birth control.
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.
The communities with the largest numbers of voters targeted in a right-wing instigated voter roll purge also delivered big vote margins for Democrats in 2016.
TBT: Voter Purge Not First Time Right Wing in Wisconsin Tried to Rig the Rules for Dan Kelly’s Court Campaign
The right-wing effort to impose a voter roll purge in Wisconsin is just the latest effort to rig the rules to give Dan Kelly an unfair advantage.
Dan Kelly compared funding for Social Security to slavery in a blog post he tried to scrub from the internet and hide from public view.
Dan Kelly attempted to hide years of controversial blog posts he authored from the public after being appointed to the state high court.
Dan Kelly is showing his partisanship on the campaign trail, right down to sharing an address with the Republican Party of Wisconsin. [Wisconsin State Journal]
We are unspinning the political headlines with our analysts Analiese Eicher, executive director of One Wisconsin Now. [WMTV-TV]
Analiese Eicher, Executive Director of One Wisconsin Now and Bill McCoshen, Republican strategist discuss the change of pace compared to other administrations. [WKOW-TV]
“He has the money to get in this late,” said Eicher, “but what he’ll need to be doing is proving just why he is the candidate.” [WKOW-TV]
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]
“Because of Act 10, being in a union still means something, but it also completely obliterated collective bargaining,” said Analiese Eicher. [Wisconsin State Journal]
The case is being brought by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), with whom Dan Kelly has been closely associated.
“He has completely broken tradition and political norms,” said Analiese Eicher, executive director of the liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Senate Republican Leader Schedules More Fundraisers for His Campaign for Higher Office Than State Senate Sessions.
Reacting to WILL’s lawsuit Wednesday, liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now condemned the suit. [Courthouse News Service]
One Wisconsin Now, which sued lawmakers including Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) and Rep. John Nygren (R-Marinette). [Urban Milwaukee]
After briefly dodging reporters’ questions, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson has put himself back in the middle of Donald Trump’s ethical morass.
“It’s definitely a vehicle that keeps Paul Ryan in the national conversation,” says Mike Browne of the left-leaning One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Examiner]
“It’s definitely a vehicle that keeps Paul Ryan in the national conversation,” says Mike Browne of the left-leaning One Wisconsin Now. [Urban Milwaukee]
Robin Vos acknowledged climate change “probably” exists but, despite overwhelming peer reviewed scientific evidence of human impact, he has “no idea why it is occurring.”
Sen. Ron Johnson has bumbled his way into center of impeachment investigation. [Urban Milwaukee]
One Wisconsin Now ... said Friday that Cross was "leaving behind a legacy of enabling and appeasing the right-wing legislature." [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Now tweeted Friday that Cross is "leaving behind a legacy of enabling and appeasing the right-wing legislature that was so intent on dismantling the UW System." [WUWM-FM]
“This is not a sustainable state of affairs. We need reform and we need it now,” Analiese Eicher said in a press release. [Advance Titan]
“A closer look at the data shows many of the students receiving vouchers aren’t changing from a public to a private school, they were already attending private school.” [Daily Cardinal]
A closer look reveals that most of the private-school students who make up that 81% were already in the voucher program last year. [Urban Milwaukee]
The right wing in Wisconsin is going to pull out all the stops to keep Dan Kelly around like trying to bully a commission into a pre-election voter roll purge.
Over 81 Percent of Students Snagging Taxpayer-Funded Private School Vouchers in Statewide Program This School Year Attended A Private School Last Year
Nearly 82 percent of students in the statewide expansion of the program in the 2019-20 school year attended a private school in the previous school year.
Group seeks to remove thousands from Wisconsin’s voter rolls because they are believed to have moved
Analiese Eicher, executive director of the liberal One Wisconsin Now, accused the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty of trying to give Republicans an advantage in next year's elections with a "back-door voter roll purge." [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
This current (group) of Republicans has a pattern of behavior of making bad financial and fiscal decisions for political reasons. [Wisconsin State Journal]
One Wisconsin Now, a left-leaning non-profit in the state, conducted the investigation into state records that found this information. [Newsweek]
Comments in opposition of the proposed punishments for students disrupting campus speakers [included] One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Public Radio]
State officials agreed to pay for One Wisconsin Now's legal bills after a judge determined they violated the group's rights. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The more college debt that students incur, the less likely they are to choose to work in a lower-wage profession such as teaching.
Unsealed Memo Exposes Student Loan Servicer Navient Pushing Payment Plans Driving Borrowers Deeper Into Debt
The memo shows yet again how borrowers caught in the $1.6 trillion student debt crisis have been treated unfairly by the system.
We talk the U.S. Houses impeachment inquiry against President Trump, and the special election in Wisconsin for the 7th District. [WMTV-TV]
Meanwhile, Analiese Eicher, executive director with the progressive group One Wisconsin Now, praised Evers’ order. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Wisconsin remains in the top ten states in the nation for the percentage of graduates with student loan debt.
Wisconsin schools are seeing the fallout from the teacher exodus and shortage of college students pursuing a career in education.
Analiese Eicher... said Fitzgerald's entry into the congressional race will mean that he will neglect the job he was elected to do. [Associated Press]
Lawyer/Lobbyist Hired by Republicans Bows Out of Opioid Settlement Discussions.
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.
We face the possibility of losing out on billions from holding the opioid manufacturers liable because of the mess Republicans made.,
One Wisconsin Now offered seven more stops that should be, but aren’t, on Tom Tiffany’s introductory tour
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]
While vacationing in historic Vienna, Austria, Robin Vos took time out from sightseeing to vow to oppose Gov. Tony Evers’ agenda.