The challenger lags far behind incumbent Republican Rep. Bryan Steil in fundraising.
A list of all donors who have given the maximum to Derrick Van Orden, Republican candidate for Congress in western Wisconsin
Notable donors include Diane Hendricks of ABC Supply Co., John Menard, Dick and Liz Uihlein of ULINE, casino magnate Steve Wynn and Chicago Bears minority owner Pat Ryan.
A list of top donors to state Sen. Brad Pfaff, Democratic candidate for Congress in western Wisconsin
Notable donors include Judith Faulkner of Epic, Kevin Conroy of Exact Sciences, Herb Kohl, and the man he hopes to replace, the retiring U.S. Rep. Ron Kind.
Ron Johnson joins all Senate Republicans to block bill aimed at disclosing big political donors’ identities
COVID prevented Sen. Baldwin, a cosponsor of the DISCLOSE Act, from voting.
Van Orden outraising Pfaff by millions as cash pours into race, setting new record
After a close finish in 2020, the Republican looks to flip the western Wisconsin congressional seat Democrats have held for 26 years.
Three big changes to voting in Wisconsin in 2022, and one smaller one
Be sure your absentee ballot and witness form are filled out completely, or your vote might not count.
“I’ll be like a turd in water’: Text messages show Prehn stayed past the expiration of his term to keep DNR board under GOP control
A Natural Resources Board member who refused to vacate his seat when his term expired did so to keep the board under Republican control, according to newly released text messages from his cell phone.
Bipartisan Electoral College reform, aimed to prevent another Jan. 6, passes U.S. House, splits Wisconsin reps by party
Rep. Gallagher votes no with the rest of state Republicans, but signals openness to supporting the bill should the House vote on it again.
Bipartisan funding bill for smaller police departments splits Wisconsin congressional reps in unusual way
Hardline Republican Tiffany votes against bill despite his fierce criticisms of “Defund the police” movement
Over a year later, Republican appointees to Wisconsin tech school board still refuse to resign despite expired terms
With state Supreme Court approval, coordinated norm-breaking across state boards allows GOP to hold control of some and possibly take control of others sooner than usual, experts say