Get out and vote! Wherever you are in this hand-shaped state, go and vote, no matter how uninformed you are. Be a part of the expected record turnout. But you'll need a high-protein breakfast before. The decisions to be made, the canvassers to avoid and the gloating from the victors will all require Ironman strength. Beautiful day all day, though, sdo no excuses. 46 right now in Madison, but it will get up to 72 by noon.
Feingold campaign asks Ron Johnson to pull ad that says Feingold "never worked a job outside of government." That, of course, is not true.
Investigations of "double voting" in Wisconsin and Minnesota in 2008.
How ironic: Walker makes a (likely true) claim that Neumann is moving up in the polls because of Dem attack ads. Are you saying Republican voters could be influenced by such slander from liberals Scott?
Tommy Thompson says the rail projects he supported during his tenure cannot work now because our roads "are absolutely decimated." Coming from a guy who also proposed a health care mandate and later called the same health care idea "socialized medicine," that statement should be taken with an enormous dose of salt.
What is the Post-Crescent talking about: "Until recently, U.S. Rep. Steve Kagen seemed secure from the anti-incumbent wave that's rising across the country..." Kagen has always been considered the most vulnerable Democrat in the Wisconsin delegation.
Why couldn't election day be a furlough day for county workers? I'll bet Spencer Coggs and other AFSCME-endorsed candidates would like that.
Erik Paulson: Why I'm voting for Spencer Coggs.
Former Herald news editor criticizes Herald ed board for opinion regarding Badger Catholic organization.
Bill Kraus laments "group-think," referencing a century-old text about the influence of interest groups on the political process.
I don't especially care who wins the GOP primary, but there would be something absolutely delectable about the effect a Neumann victory would have on the denizens of web-based Walker hacks.
Man, the rivalry between two papers with the same corporate overlords never stops. John Nichols slams State Journal for snubbing Fred Wade in its Hulsey endorsement. Even funnier, the Cap Times feels the need to defend Hulsey's progressive record in light of the WSJ's endorsement.
Russ Feingold's most recent attack ad against Johnson.
The best liquor store downtown will be suspended in January.
Students hold out hope for ordinance to prohibit landlords from showing apartments until February (current date is Nov. 15).