Republican candidate for governor Rebecca Kleefisch is downplaying Donald Trump’s endorsement and rally for her opponent on a final campaign push across Wisconsin, declining to respond to the former president’s criticisms of her
Days after saying that running negative ads is “just bad policy” and politicians who do that are “losing,” the Wisconsin Republican candidate for governor backed by Donald Trump has launched his first attack ad against his primary opponent
Former Vice President Mike Pence is campaigning with his pick in battleground Wisconsin’s Republican gubernatorial primary, calling Rebecca Kleefisch “a proven conservative” as she faces an opponent endorsed by Donald Trump
The Republican candidate for Wisconsin governor endorsed by Donald Trump would not commit to supporting Trump should he run for president again in 2024, but also didn’t rule out trying to decertify his 2020 loss in the battleground state
A judge has awarded about $163,000 in fees to attorneys for the liberal watchdog group American Oversight in an open records lawsuit it brought against the investigator hired by Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos to investigate the 2020 election
With the primaries less than two weeks away, some Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate see the fight as far from over. Others have turned to party unity, as they look further down the road to the general election.
A Wisconsin judge says that a Republican-ordered, taxpayer-funded investigation into the 2020 election found “absolutely no evidence of election fraud,” but did reveal contempt for the state’s open records law by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and a former state Supreme Court justice he hired
Tom Nelson, a candidate who tried to position himself as the most progressive in Wisconsin’s Democratic primary race for U.S. Senate, says he's dropped out of the contest to face Republican incumbent Ron Johnson in November
NBC15 is proud to be the only Madison station to broadcast the gubernatorial debate in advance of the August 9 primary elections. The debate, held at Marquette University’s Varsity Theatre, will be hosted by TMJ4 and co-moderated by TMJ4 anchors Charles Benson and Shannon Sims on Sunday.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels once led an organization that fought a proposal to get tough on people who were in the country illegally, but he’s campaigning as someone opposed to illegal immigration
A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that parents suing the Madison School District over its gender identity policies must disclose their names to opposing attorneys, but they don’t have to be revealed to the district or made public.