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Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008

Early absentee voting has begun

But eligible voters can cast absentee ballots before Nov. 4, when the state is expecting a record number of voters to turn up at polling places. In fact, absentee voting begins this week, both by mail and in person at municipal offices around the state.
Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2008

Local referendums will advise the Legislature

As Sen. Joe Biden said duringlast week’s vice presidential debate, this year’s election may be the most important in recent history. While the unpopular war and the Wall Street crisis are perhaps the most urgent issues in the presidential race, health care runs a very close third, with concerns about skyrocketing...
Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2008

Eight districts are in play

With the top of the Nov. 4 ticket—Barack Obama vs. John McCain—currently leaning Obama’s way in Wisconsin and the Republicans at all levels suffering from the historically low approval ratings of their president, one of the big questions is what will happen to the state Senate, where the Democrats currently have an 18 to 15 majority.
Monday, July 21, 2008
Hollen’s Department of Justice and Menasha Corp.) as well the state Supreme Court justice who provided the tie-breaking vote. Yet Van Hollen’s Department of Justice did not ask Ziegler to recuse herself from the case, even though she had a clear con flict of interest.
Monday, July 21, 2008
The caucus held a press conference at City Hall to urge residents to call the police—anonymously—and offer tips. Those in attendance included state Sen. Spencer Coggs, state Sen. Lena Taylor, state Rep. Barbara Toles, state Rep. Pedro Colon, state Rep.
Monday, July 21, 2008
That figure could turn into a budget-bust ing $350 million as state corporations ask for tax rebates. State taxpayers will have to pick up the tab. The ruling represents a triumph for WMC, which was instrumental in electing Ziegler to the state Supreme Court and Van Hollen to the position of state attorney general.

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