Wisconsin Senate candidates Tammy Baldwin and Tommy Thompson kept up their disagreement over a vote on nine-eleven victims, as they completed a series of debates Friday night.
Former Bush Administration cabinet member Tommy Thompson has been criticizing Democratic Congresswoman Baldwin over her 2006 vote against a resolution honoring victims of the nine-eleven attacks. Baldwin says she opposed the item because it also endorsed the Patriot Act. She says she's supported nine other resolutions backing the nine-eleven victims.
Republican Tommy Thompson and Democrat Tammy Baldwin clashed over President Obama's health care overhaul law, the future of Medicaid, and other matters in a debate last night in Wausau. Thompson accusing Democrat Baldwin of wanting a government takeover of health care.
Two small businessmen with very different ideas on the nation's debt and health care are running for Tammy Baldwin's congressional seat. Chad Lee and Mark Pocan spoke at the downtown Madison Rotary Wednesday.
Former northern Wisconsin Congressman Dave Obey is taking to the stump for Democrat Pat Kreitlow, who’s running against freshman Republican Congressman Sean Duffy in his old district. But Obey has advice for people on both sides of the political aisle, including President Obama in Tuesday night's debate.
Join WPR tonight night at 7 for a debate between U.S. Senate candidates Tommy Thompson and Tammy Baldwin. That meeting is airing live from the UW-Marathon County campus in Wausau. You can also join us for an online discussion during that debate at Wisconsinvote.org.
President Barack Obama addressed an audience of tens of thousands packed onto the campus of the UW-Madison Thursday. The president said Mitt Romney did not tell the truth when the two men debated Wednesday night.
The president told the crowd that the Mitt Romney they all know was not the Romney they saw in the debate, "Whoever it was that was on stage last night doesn't want to be held accountable for what the real Mitt Romney's been saying for the last year. And that's because he knows full well that we don't want what he's been selling over the last year."
The Democrat challenging Paul Ryan in the House race in southern Wisconsin is turning up the pressure on the Republican incumbent to hold a congressional campaign debate.
Paul Ryan is running for both vice president and for re-election to the House of Representatives. Ryan is gearing up for a vice presidential debate next week, but Democratic House candidate Rob Zerban also wants to debate Ryan soon. Zerban dropped off a couple boxes of petition signatures from debate supporters at Ryan's house campaign office in Janesville.
A poll that includes a majority of Republicans and Independents says global warming is a real concern and steps should be taken to reduce pollution that changes. The climate poll is of hunters and anglers.