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Dear Editor: With the election nearing, in three recent media appearances, including the two televised debates, Scott Walker clearly continues to demonstrate his inability to answer questions …
A school board member and retired teacher is questioning Walker's decision to pass on answering questions from the Wisconsin Association of School Boards.
The survey showed 10 percent of likely voters, an unusually high number, unsure who they'll select on Nov. 4, much higher than previous polling.
Dear Editor: I usually love you all at the CT, but I found your endorsement of Mary Burke a bit lukewarm. Where was the sense of historical place and perspective?
Dear Editor: The Capital Times editorial "Justice and judgment: Susan Happ for AG" is misleading and leaves me confused and concerned. Most troublesome are The Capital Times’ assertions that “…
Polling suggests women are not upset that Scott Walker has been working hard to limit their reproductive rights. That's hard to believe.
Josh Inglett tells "This American Life" that Walker's staff never asked him why he signed recall petition.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Voter response on whether the state should accept roughly $200 million in federal funds to expand BadgerCare could sway elected officials to change course when the legislature resumes in January.
In budget discussions, many have supported adding the officers and cutting a Planning and Community and Economic Development assistant director position.
Dear Editor: Dick Cates is running for the 51st Assembly seat and we are impressed with his commitment and integrity. You may have received a flier in your mailbox from the American Federation…
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Six area residents answer Kevin Murphy's question: What are you reading?
Union members understand unions can ensure regular schedules, adequate time off, safe conditions, and nondiscrimination.
In western Wisconsin, Burke talks about her campaign, her long-term vision for Wisconsin and what she misses when she's on the road.
The "Meet the Press" host met with voters in Madison on Friday and said Wisconsin has "stared into the abyss" of polarization.
Walker wants to expand the voucher system, but Burke wants to eliminate the statewide component.
They're from different parties, but Winnebago County Executive Mark Harris would pick up where Rep. Tom Petri is leaving off in Congress.
Dear Editor: Secretary of State Doug La Follette has been asked time and time again this election cycle, “Why do you want to be secretary of state?” The answer he consistently provides is that…
Dear Editor: Having moved here last year, I have found the same nonsense with regard to women's reproductive rights by Wisconsin's governor and some politicos I left behind in Virginia. These …