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Monday, September 22, 2014 |  Madison, WI: 47.0° F  Fair
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It's another scorcher today. It's probably already up to 90. I hope you had a good weekend. It was a great political weekend in the Badger State. In addition to the former chair of the Wisconsin College Republicans going on MSNBC to talk about why she's now a Democrat, the GOP had its state convention, where they gave two big names a major snubbing.

Some great Indonesian food for you today, courtesy of Kakilima.

Dairy industry too powerful, say Raw Milkers.

Kristin Czubkowski tells us what's going on this week in the city.

You need to get car insurance as of June 1!

When I saw the headline, "State Rep wants to stop Madison's use of Euro-style bike markers," I braced myself for another rib-tickling laugh from the Glenn Grothman comedy tour. Darn, it's the next best thing: Steve Nass.

In case you missed it, Leinenkugel is a serious loser. He drops out of Senate race after receiving 0.5% of the vote at the GOP convention.

But nobody is as big of a loser as Terrence Wall, who actively campaigned for the convention's endorsement, saying he had contacted multiple people. He received 18 percent of the vote.

Ron Johnson, in contrast, said he "hoped not to get the endorsement" and received 64 percent of the vote. Maybe he can "hope not to beat Feingold" and win the whole damn thing. He is now the man to beat in the GOP primary.

State Journal runs feature story on Bridget Maniaci's first year on the Council. Credits her for shepherding Edgewater project.

Oh, I get it. Pawlenty's running for president. Now we have to cover everything he says.

David King, the GOP candidate for Secretary of State (a position that does...?) believes the election reform legislation would send people to prison simply for standing near polling sites.

Facebook can't escape privacy issues. The company's CEO is answering some tough questions.

New York Times comments on Rand Paul's recent publicity flubs in an editorial titled, "The Limits of Libertarianism."

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