Interviews

Interviews

Wanggaard clashes with 21st SD primary challenger Stone on decertifying presidential election results

Sen. Van Wanggaard, R-Racine, will face Jay Stone in a GOP primary that will all but formally decide who will represent the Senate's 21st...

Incumbent August, challenger Williams differ on 2020 election decertificiation in 32nd AD primary

Tyler August, 39, who has held the 32nd Assembly District's seat for 12 years, faces a GOP primary challenger in Bart Williams, 57, a...

Two candidates vying to unseat LeMahieu in 9th SD GOP primary

GOP primary candidates vying to unseat Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu differ with the incumbent on whether to rescind Wisconsin's electoral votes for President...

Brooks, 60th AD primary opponent Krieg share different takes on abortion ban exceptions

Rep. Rob Brooks and challenger Samuel Krieg differ on exemptions to Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban and how to address record-high gas prices. Krieg plans to...

Vos, 63rd AD challenger Steen split over abortion ban exceptions, use of budget surplus

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and challenger Adam Steen split over possible exceptions to Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban and how to use a huge budget...

Oldenburg, 96th AD GOP primary challenger Liska have different takes on abortion ban exceptions,...

Rep. Loren Oldenburg and primary challenger Holly Ottesen Liska have different takes on suspending the state’s gas tax and whether to add exceptions to...

Kitchens, primary challenger Swagel split on tightening 1849 abortion ban

Rep. Joel Kitchens and his 1st Assembly District primary challenger Milt Swagel are split over whether to add exceptions to Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban...

Kennedy emphasizes bipartisanship, Madison stresses progressive commitment in 10th AD Dem primary race

Bryan Kennedy, 52, is looking to make the jump from city to state government by trying for the 10th Assembly District seat. And while...

83rd AD GOP primary candidates share ideas on tax relief, abortion access

The two candidates for the 83rd Assembly District’s GOP primary agree on most issues, but one thing that separates them is their amount of...

Farrow, Wikler debate Wisconsin Elections Commission at WisPolitics.com luncheon

Republican Party of Wisconsin Chair Paul Farrow blames the Wisconsin Elections Commission for a lack of trust in elections, while state Dem Party Chair...

Farrow: State GOP working to remind newly engaged activists of key policy wins

State party Chair Paul Farrow says the engagement he’s seeing from the grassroots is unlike anything he’s seen before. It’s just some of them have...

Kaul says SCOTUS rejecting Evers’ map symptomatic of ‘increasing activism’ among conservatives on high...

Dem AG Josh Kaul says he's baffled to see the U.S. Supreme Court toss out Evers' legislative maps. "I think it's pretty shocking to see...

LeMahieu says Senate Republicans plan to pursue new elections bills ahead of Gableman review...

Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu, R-Oostburg, says Senate Republicans already have “a pretty clear path” on how to proceed with new legislation related to election...

Evers talks COVID-19 vaccines, bail in year-end interview

Gov. Tony Evers told WisPolitics.com he would consider offering new incentives to get Wisconsinites vaccinated against COVID-19. But he said ultimately it will be more...

Bewley says she’s still deciding whether to seek reelection

Senate Minority Leader Janet Bewley says she’s not ready to make a decision about running for reelection next fall. Part of that is to shield...
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