HAND-CURATED POSTS FROM THE WISCONSIN BLOGOSPHERE (AND SOMETIMES POINTS BEYOND)
“Few processes in the electoral system or elsewhere are more public than the signing of recall petitions against state elected officials,” said Kevin Kennedy, GAB director and general counsel. “Petition signers chose to participate in the public process of initiating a recall election of the governor as well as other officeholders.”
Caught with underwear around ankles in back of car with fourteen-year-old.
State and city leaders say the site search was unusually secretive. WEDC chief executive Paul Jadin said Spectrum Brands did not identify itself until mid-March, nine months after consultant Joseph first contacted the state about a company looking to consolidate offices in Wisconsin, Illinois or Iowa.
Posthumously awarded for decades of reporting.
But National Journal doesn’t think any of the candidates are particularly strong. True enough – they’re lucky they’re running against each other.
Timothy D. Russell, who was a deputy chief of staff to Walker while he served as Milwaukee County executive, was fired from a job in 1993 for “gross misconduct,” his personnel records show. This latest news follows charges filed in recent weeks alleging Russell stole money in 2010 from a fund meant for veterans.
Looking for discrepancies.
Split vote on police commission.
Via Sheboygan Press.
Via Wausau Daily Herald.
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Faces three-year maximum.