Tuesday’s primary election pits eight Democrats against each other for a chance to challenge Gov. Scott Walker in the fall. State schools superintendent Tony Evers leads the pack with 31 percent of the likely voters surveyed in the latest Marquette University ...
The Democratic race for governor and Republican primary for U.S. Senate are topping the ballot in Wisconsin on Tuesday, where the field of candidates looking to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan will also be narrowed.
Kelda Roys raised more money and had more cash on hand than any other Democratic candidate for governor in the month leading up to next week's primary election, even though she trails in recent polls behind state Superintendent Tony Evers.
The eight Democrats running for governor of Wisconsin expressed support last week for giving more control to local governments and criticized the deal struck by the state to bring a huge Foxconn Technology Group plant to Wisconsin.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell has the backing of a bevy of state and national union groups — and the campaign cash to prove it — unlike his opponents in an eight-person race to challenge Gov. Scott Walker this fall.
The eight Democratic candidates for governor were united on Thursday during their first broadcast debate against a pair of common enemies — the Foxconn Technology Group project in southeast Wisconsin and Republican Gov. Scott Walker.