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Gov. Scott Walker to visit FVTC Oshkosh campus Tuesday

Gov. Scott Walker will visit Fox Valley Technical College’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology Center Tuesday afternoon to get a first-hand look at one of the college’s newest welding programs: robotic welding. Walker will tour FVTC’s manufacturing technology center and meet with … Continue reading

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Walker, fellow governors headed to White House for fiscal cliff talks

Gov. Scott Walker will join other governors at the White House on Tuesday, where they are scheduled to meet with President Barack Obama to discuss the fiscal cliff’s effect on states. The governors, all members of the National Governors Association’s … Continue reading

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A few clues on the fiscal cliff and Wisconsin Republicans’ political futures

Wrangling over how to prevent going over the so-called “fiscal cliff” immediately replaced the November election as the country’s top political story. But polling in Wisconsin done during the presidential race gives a few clues about how Badger State residents … Continue reading

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Walker joins fellow GOP governor’s critique of Romney campaign

Gov. Scott Walker joins fellow Republican governors in Las Vegas this week for the Republican Governors Association conference, following a bruising presidential loss for the party in last week’s election. Walker took a softer approach to critiquing GOP nominee Mitt … Continue reading

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Decision Time

After months and months of lawsuits, stalling, unenforceable Congressional appeals and hoping Mitt Romney would be elected; Wisconsin and other states will now have to make a decision on whether to sign on to federal insurance exchanges or create their own. … Continue reading

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Breaking down Wisconsin’s election results

Post-election, most Americans take a deep breath and look ahead. For reporters, it’s usually time to take a look back. Since last Tuesday’s election, Gannett Wisconsin Media reporters have tried to do a little of both. Ben Jones breaks down … Continue reading

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Walker says recall attempt made a Romney win in Wisconsin possible

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said today that the attempt to recall him could give GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney a victory in the Badger State. Walker told conservative radio host Charlie Sykes that the recall election in June “awoke this … Continue reading

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Walker on storm recovery: ‘appropriate role’ for federal government

Gov. Scott Walker said today the Federal Emergency Management Agency does have a role, in cooperation with state and local government, in responding to natural disasters like Superstorm Sandy that hit the East Coast yesterday. The question could become an … Continue reading

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Morning update: what’s brewing Tuesday, Oct. 30

Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan is scheduled to thank volunteers collecting items for Tropical Storm Sandy relief, visiting campaign offices in La Crosse and in Hudson this afternoon. Ryan is scheduled to campaign in Green Bay, Eau Claire and … Continue reading

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For the ride home: Tuesday, Oct. 16

First, a reminder that you can watch and chat with other Wisconsin voters here during tonight’s second presidential debate. Headlines you may have missed today: The Denver Post looks back at town hall style debates and the best way to … Continue reading

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