Clinton ready to campaign for Barrett tomorrow in Milwaukee

Pres. Obama not expected to visit state.

Via WisPolitics Election Blog.

Intrade predictive markets give Gov. Walker 95% chance to survive recall

5.31.12 @ 12:28 PM CDT

Via Intrade.

US Appeals Court finds Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional

Via Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Out-of-state donors fuel Gov. Walker’s campaign

Two thirds of the millions he’s recently received.

Via Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Left on Why Pres. Obama Must Come to Wisconsin

But, he won’t.

Via Huffington Post .

Fight over WI redistricting maps cost state $925,000

Via WEAU.

Final Walker-Barrett debate tonight

Thursday @ 9 PM.

Via WISN.

Glendale homeowner dies after home explodes

Marvin Engler, aged 88.

Via WISN.

Brewers beat Dodgers again, 6-3

22-28, .440, GB 6, Strk W 3.

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Wisconsin Heights teacher killed in crash outside of school

Katie Binning, aged 22.

Via Wisconsin State Journal.

Richest woman in WI owed no state taxes in 2010

None.

Via WAOW.

Driver back with Packers after uncertain offseason

Via Sports Illustrated.

WisDems Dispute Marquette Poll

As for the complaints about the Marquette poll itself, Tate took issue with the poll’s demographic sampling, contending that conservative Milwaukee suburbs were over-represented and the Madison media market was under-represented, and with too few young voters.

Tate and state party spokesman Scot Ross also raised suspicions about who might be paying for the poll, and whether the state’s conservative think tanks were involved. They also sharply criticized professor Charles Franklin, who led the poll.

Via TPM 2012.

Gov. Walker says Feds confirm 2011 jobs count

However, a Rick Clayton, a senior Bureau of Labor Statistics official on Wednesday would only confirm that the agency had completed its review of Wisconsin’s 2011 jobs data.

Clayton, who oversees the preparation of the state jobs data, declined to say whether the figure used by Walker was accurate.

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Walker’s budget bill legal fees could hit $850,000

Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to drop “the bomb” in February 2011 is continuing to prove lucrative for one party: The private law firm hired by the governor to deal with the fallout.That arrangement is now worth up to $850,000 in taxpayer dollars for Michael Best & Friedrich, hired by Walker to provide legal services regarding the budget repair bill that stripped the ability of most public workers to engage in collective bargaining.

The contract, which calls for the law firm to be compensated at a rate “not to exceed $300 per hour,” was amended for the third time, effective March 21, 2012, according to records on file with the Secretary of State. The amendment raised the maximum payment from the $500,000 level set a year ago, and extended the contract for another full year, through June 30, 2013.

Via WisconsinWatch.org.

Adams: The Fitzgerald-Compas Debate in the 13th Senate District

Lori Compas bests Scott Fitzgerald.

Via FREE WHITEWATER.

Wausau man wins $1 million in lottery

Via WAOW.

City worker finds bones in Milwaukee sewer

Via WISN.

Walker leads Barrett 52% to 45% in new Marquette Law School Poll

Via Gilbert @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

National Dem Chair Wasserman declares national party backs recall

Says Bill Clinton is even sorting out his schedule between now and June 5th…

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel .

Gov. Walker denies campaign funds paying legal bills for aides

Then it’s at least $160,000 for Walker and his campaign alone.

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Is Gov. Walker paying his aides’ legal bills?

Via Jud Lounsbury @ Uppity Wisconsin.

Wisconsin to set 19,000 gypsy moth traps

War.

Via WEAU.

Menomonee Falls student competes in National Spelling Bee

Good luck, Heloise Cheruvalath.

Via WISN.

Greater Wisconsin poll: Walker, Barrett at 49

Via Lake Partners Research.

$10,000 reward for information leading to capture of person who shot seven-year-old with arrow

Via TMJ4.

DNR refuses to order well testing in waste hauler case

Relax, it’s relatively low:

Despite a plea from Jefferson County residents who live near fields where excessive amounts of human waste were spread, the state Department of Natural Resources has refused to order the waste hauler in the case to pay for tests of private wells in the area.

Cathy Stepp, DNR secretary, said in a letter to the residents that the potential for groundwater contamination from overspreading by Herr Environmental was “relatively low.”

Via Wisconsin State Journal.

Brewers win pitching duel, 2-1

Beat LA.

21-28, .429, GB 7, Strk W 2.

Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Walker campaign sends another $100,000 to corruption probe defense fund

Total now at least $160,000.

Via Bice @ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Gov. Walker Raises $5.8 Million Since April 24

Thirty-million since becoming governor.

Via WMTV.

Novice gun owner, but longtime jackass, arrested for shooting firearm in his garage

Via Green Bay Press-Gazette.

Elections Board predicts 65% recall turnout

Big.

Via Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.