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On Friday, August 6, 2010, Republican gubernatorial candidates Scott Walker and Mark Neumann participated in the first of three pre-primary debates. WTMJ, the state’s largest media conglomerate, hosted this debate from the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds in Milwaukee. Jeff Wagner, the moderator of the debate and host of the popular Jeff Wagner Show, asked questions pertaining [...]
The Wisconsin Survey Center, an offshoot of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Political Science Department, finds that Governor Jim Doyle’s approval rating has plummeted by eight points in the last six months. In February 2010, Governor Doyle’s approval rating stood at a paltry 46%, but by July 2010, his approval rating had dipped to an all-time [...]
On June 23rd, Rasmussen Reports, one of the nation’s foremost polling agencies, released its first Wisconsin U.S. Senate poll since little-known political outsider Ron Johnson won the endorsement of the Republican Party late last month. The poll indicates that progressive Senator Russ Feingold is highly vulnerable in 2010. For just the second time in his [...]
Late last week, Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Neumann announced that he will not accept the Republican Party’s endorsement of his candidacy. Neumann’s statement has received mixed reactions from party insiders and political analysts. Neumann recognized that the state party was going to endorse Walker, as Walker has been the favorite of the party establishment. Thus, [...]
Much attention has been fixed on the race to fill the United States Senate seat vacated by former Housing and Urban Development Secretary, Mel Martinez, who resigned from the Senate earlier this year. The popular, effervescent, and moderate Florida governor, Charlie Crist—long the GOP frontrunner and choice of the party establishment—recently dropped out of the [...]