Last day before the primaries. For a very small group of dedicated state politicos, this is the beginning of a very important week. At least baseball players who don't make it the post-season get to go to Florida and play golf during October and November. Politicians and their supporters who lose have to stay in Wisconsin and support the team that beat them.
State Journal endorses Hulsey. I understand why Hulsey's people are talking about it, what I don't get is why Hesselbein isn't. The WSJ, as the Cap Times adores pointing out, endorsed W., not once, but twice.
Everybody had fun at Fighting Bob Fest except me. I had to work.
Only 35 ejections at Camp Randall on Saturday.
Here's the State Journal's primary preview.
Madison schools may challenge open enrollment law.
UW to hold forums on animal research in effort to increase transparency.
Program that aids immigrant victims of domestic violence is threatened after funding cut.
Bryon Eagon and Analiese Eicher write LTE to Herald in support of Henry Sanders and Dianne Hesselbein. The Herald probably should have noted that Eicher is Hesselbein's campaign manager.
The primary is the first test of the GOP's muscle, notes the Green Bay Press Gazette.
I guess I don't understand what inspires people to dedicate a day to cheering on Iron Men, but it's nice that those people exist.
City government borrowing three times as much as 10 years ago. Just like the feds.
Much money meets many stages of approval for transit projects in Southeast Wisconsin.
Todd Stevens: "Tuition increase NOT insane."