Too early to digest state political news? Perk up with a cup of "Cranky Coffee," which Linda Falkenstein found at the North Side Farmer's Market. My internet is being offensively slow (I'm talking mid-90's slow), and I'm in a rush, so this will be a brunch that needs a big lunch to supplement it later on. So all you get is the cranky coffee.
Like all but five Dems, Kohl and Feingold support repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell legislation, which also included controversial immigration reform. After the bill failed to get cloture, Tammy Baldwin release fiery statement in response.
Is Monona Terrace really the best site for the train station? Critics propose other locations.
There is usually no reason to link to the many OWI stories that appear on Madison.com. But when somebody is six times over the limit, you gotta investigate.
Now is the time to invest in infrastructure, says Mayor Dave. The interest rates are lower than ever.
Doyle begins first steps to remove Calumet County DA who was sexting a domestic violence victim.
Nevertheless, Democrats are attacking Van Hollen for neglecting the investigation of the sexter, despite what the AG told Bill Lueders about his concerns on Monday (what is that graphic behind Van Hollen's head in that picture?)
Council puts off debate on changing the apartment shopping period.
As I wrote yesterday, the new PPP poll showing Feingold down by 11 points is serious business. Could the Daily Kos be trying to rile liberals up from their slumber with the poll it commissioned?
Republicans have an energized base but a lot less money than Democrats in many Congressional races.
FLOTUS is raising money for Feingold. As Lukas Diaz points out, maybe the assumption (that I have bought into) that Feingold is dodging Obama is overblown.
We got some super-slim margins in a couple of GOP Assembly results. Recounts have been ordered!
If you didn't believe it before, Wisconsin matters this year! There are more competitive races here than in most other states, I would guess.