Today is the day that we have been discussing for weeks. Today is the day that the legislature starts discussing public school funding. Unfortunately for the children and the future of the state it doesn’t look good: As we know the privatize our schools lobby is well funded and staffed with incredibly unethical people. The […]
Category: Dianne Hesselbein
* Yuri Rashkin in the 44th District. * Joe Wineke in the 80th! In Wisconsin, we have to have people willing to step up and fight for progressive values. We found out in the last two years who actually will lead the fight against the craziness that has been the Wisconsin republican party. I would […]
…related to the Democratic primary….
You know you got something to say about the elections today. Got any predictions? Any onsite reporting like how crowded the polls are or what number voter you were? Who are you cheering for?
Since news readership tends to go down on the weekends (even I got away from the computer to get some hiking in Sunday in beautiful Potawatomi State Park), here’s some weekend links you might have missed…
Live Blog whooooo!
As the Democratic primary part of this race winds down, there is a tremendous amount of activity going on. Here I will try to capture some of it. 1. First off, if you want to see the Democratic candidates at a forum, here is where you can (tomorrow – September 8th): The forum will be […]
Okay, lots of things going on in the 77th Assembly District race, so I’m just going to summarize as much as I can: The Capital Times asks who is a legitimate candidate (Fred Wade centric) Barbara Lawton endorses Fred Wade: That’s gotta be helpful I think. Fred Wade has also been endorsed by Ed Garvey […]
I spoke with County Supervisor Al Matano and he is not running. His county board district is in a key part of the assembly district though, so… Anyways, the Wisconsin State Journal has noted a new candidate (along with mentioning County Supervisors Brett Hulsey and Dianne Hesselbein): But former Middleton mayor Doug Zwank, who had […]