Media Trackers has learned that in three cases of teacher license revocation, the offenses had been brought to the attention of the State Department of Public Instruction years earlier. However, no action occurred until State Schools Superintendent Tony Evers was under scrutiny from the GOP in relation to the Andrew Harris case.Read More
Despite the DPW’s claims of a disappointing Walker job creation performance, Wisconsin is in the midst of a worker shortage.Read More
A liberal group is being criticized for its imagery of a target on Governor Scott Walker and state Senator Leah Vukmir. The image on a Citizen Action of Wisconsin podcast shows a target with an arrow or spear over Walker and Vukmir with the message: “open political season.”Read More
The race for the vacant 1st Senate District Seat became less complicated for Republicans Friday, when Alex Renard did not file nominating papers for the August primary.Read More
Democrats were quick to jump on a report Wednesday that Foxconn was backing away from its promised financial investment in Wisconsin. Too quick, it now appears.Read More
The Oconto Falls School District eliminated a part-time social worker position for budgetary reasons after giving several administrators pay increases for the current school year, one as high as 17 percent.Read More
The results of the Supreme Court election had many Republicans pointing to the outcome as a sign of an impending “blue wave,” an indicator of what may happen in the November elections. Despite Liberal Judge Rebecca Dallet’s win, Republican strategist Mark Graul told Media Trackers he doesn’t believe that’s the case.Read More
After the news that Speaker of The House Paul Ryan would not be running for re-election began spreading, many Democrats began to claim it was because Ryan feared likely Democratic opponent Randy “Ironstache” Bryce. But the taunts aren’t rooted in statistical reality.Read More
As the governor’s race starts to heat up, Our Wisconsin Revolution (OWR) has offered their followers a chance to participate in a pre-voting process to narrow a field of twelve Democratic candidates to find a “People’s Champion.”Read More
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His leadership and decades of service to the people of Wisconsin helped make our state a national leader in reform. Mike’s stories were as famous as his political skills. He will be greatly missed.
My condolences go out to his wife Sandy and his family.