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Tim Carpenter, the 3rd District State Senator, said Gov. Walker's borrowing plan for nearly $1 billion is too high, and if he wins the Powerball jackpot, he's kicking in. How would you spend the cash?
Government, Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
Quick, name another community that doesn't have its name on its water tower. You'll probably be hard-pressed to do so.
Most of the cash in high court campaign will spent by conservative and liberal outside groups — not the candidates themselves.
Being a farm girl myself, this ad reminded me just how cool calling yourself a "farm girl" really is.
From submitting a DNA sample when arrested to comparing the President to the Three Stooges, Patch bloggers weighed in on a variety of topics this week. Here is a look at some of the most popular posts over the past week.
2012 was the most expensive election in the "history of the world," and advocate says it's all the U.S. Supreme Court's fault.
What's blocking Wisconsin from implementing new, tougher laws against drunken driving? It could be "the dollar factor."
Republican lieutenant governor says Wisconsin is "in better shape today than we were before, and we're not done yet."
Gov. Scott Walker looks at the upcoming legislative session as lawmakers return to work.
Sen. Ron Johnson is Wisconsin's Republican senator in Washington, D.C. This commentary is taken from his weekly e-newsletter to constituents.
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