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Can you call the Edgewater development 'historic preservation'?

If the Edgewater developers would make the case to the Secretary of Interior, then maybe Madisonians would have to fund less of the project through TIF. Then it would be the Wisconsin taxpayers to fund the project through Historic Preservation Credits. >More
 Ron Johnson: The Tea Party candidate for U.S. Senate

Ron Johnson wants to run for Senate to repeal Obamacare. Really? That's the goal of a potential six year Senate term? His reasoning is flawed, so hopefully he has more to bring to the GOP primary than a desire to hit that Tea Party talking point. >More
 Brunch Links: May 17

A delicious round-up of tasty news items for your midday political fix. >More
 The road ahead for the Edgewater

A series of votes on the Edgewater is scheduled for next week. Many, many opportunities to block the project. >More
 Brett Hulsey declares for Spencer Black's seat

He's in it to win it. Hulsey unleashes a number of important endorsements and plans to run a campaign based on environmental advocacy, public transportation and job creation. >More
 Will Peter Rickman run for Spencer Black's seat?

A labor guy, a student guy, but most importantly, a Sconz guy. Does Peter Rickman's new residence in the 77th district signal a run for Assembly? >More
 Sean Duffy's political resume impossible to beat

It caught my attention. It will also catch voters' attention. >More
 Update: Clear will not run for 77 district Assembly

Well, the rumors were fun while they lasted. Now the attention turns to Brett Hulsey. >More
 Let's spread some rumors: Mark Clear for Assembly? Brett Hulsey?

Could the Council president be a contender for Spencer Black's Assembly seat? It looks like Bret Hulsey is thinking about it too. Lukas Diaz, from Forward Our Motto, says Hulsey is no environmentalist. >More
 Does Obey's seat still 'lean' Democratic?

Get it? Julie Lassa, a State Senator from Stevens Point, appears to be the Democrats' choice to replace Dave Obey. The race is still rated as "leans" Democratic. >More
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