Republican Gov. Scott Walker is making excuses for his potential defeat in Wisconsin before the votes are even counted. Walker is falsely claiming that he is being outspent by Democrats.
Unless you are a rich and a member of the GOP, Republicans don't want you to vote.
Gov. Scott Walker is reeling in Wisconsin. Will Tea Party extremism trump Clinton and Obama support for Mary Burke?
Christie may not have the anti-voter credentials of some of his Republican brethren, but he does not support the right to vote for all Americans.
If you live in Wisconsin, you have heard of the alleged “Wisconsin comeback” touted by Governor Scott Walker. This is not to be confused with the Green Bay Packer comeback, and you should not relax.
The Republican Party has shot itself in the foot again as RNC co-chair Sharon Day campaigned for Scott Walker by calling Wisconsin voters stupid.
For many it will be enough that Mary Burke is endorsed by Planned Parenthood, Emily's List, and Progressives United, and that Scott Walker is endorsed by the Kochs
During a debate with his Democratic gubernatorial opponent last week, Koch loyalist Scott Walker took the time to insult Wisconsin workers he claimed are responsible for being stuck earning poverty wages.
Democratic candidate for governor Mary Burke dominated Gov. Scott Walker in the first debate between the two Wisconsin candidates. Walker was on the defensive and was repeated pressed for dodging questions. Walker looked clueless, while Burke seemed ready to be governor.
According to the Department of Workforce Development, "there is no reasonable cause to believe that the wages paid to the complainants are not a living wage"
A poll released by WeAskAmerica on Thursday reveals that Scott Walker, the incumbent Republican Governor of Wisconsin, trails Democratic challenger Mary Burke by four points.
In a new devastating ad, Democrat Mary Burke uses Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's own job creation pledge against him. The ad sums up in thirty seconds why Walker may be voted out of office this November.
A new poll of Wisconsin brings more bad news for Gov. Scott Walker as the Wisconsin Republican is locked in tie with Democrat Mary Burke 47%-47%.
Democrats weren't able to recall him, but they may be able to beat Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in November. The latest Marquette Law School poll finds that Democrat Mary Burke and Walker remain locked in a statistical dead heat.