Walker and Burke made multiple stops Friday with more planned for Saturday.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development report released to Congress on Thursday comes from a one-night count by local homeless …
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Voters had cast 240,308 absentee ballots by mail or in-person as of early Friday morning.
Democrats believe the Republican attorney general candidate made inappropriate remarks at five DOJ-run training seminars since 2009.
The union took the vote Thursday after Flynn fired an officer who shot and killed a man in a downtown park.
The state appealed the case to the 7th Circuit after a federal judge overturned Mark Jensen’s 2008 conviction in the 1998 death of his wife.
Clinton spoke on Mary Burke’s behalf on Oct. 24.
Burke’s side spent about $9.7 million on TV ads through Monday, while Walker’s put in just short of $8 million.
The Democrat says Gov. Scott Walker has implemented a tea party agenda and if she wins “it will be a repudiation of that extreme agenda.”