Armstrong Votes to Assist Restaurants, Protect Sporting Heritage
“Governor Evers’ response to the COVID pandemic has been disastrous for many business, perhaps especially restaurants” -- Rep. Armstrong
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices Offer Hints At 'Least Changes' Approach In Redistricting Hearing
Their ruling could decide the state's political maps for the next decade
Adam Jarchow Formally Launches Campaign For Attorney General
Today, Adam Jarchow formally launched his campaign for Wisconsin Attorney General.
Adam Jarchow Announces Campaign Advisory Committee
'Experienced leadership team helps position Jarchow as conservative’s choice for AG'
Rep. Gae Magnafici’s Top Priorities For 2022
Rep. Magnafici (R – Dresser) issued the following statement regarding her top priorities for 2022
Sen. Stafsholt Bill On Government Vaccine Mandates Has Hearing
Senator Rob Stafsholt issued the following statement after testifying in the Senate Committee on Health on Senate Bill 342.
Gov. Evers Grants 54 More Pardons, Bringing Total Pardons Granted During Time In Office To 391
Evers has granted more pardons during his first 3 years in office than any other governor in contemporary history.
Gov. Evers: Rings In The New Year Keeping More Money In Wisconsinites' Pockets
'Governor's directed withholding table changes, one of the largest tax cuts in state history mean hundreds of dollars more in paychecks this year'
Rep. Beth Meyers Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election
State Rep. Beth Meyers Announces She Will Not Seek Re-Election for 74th Assembly District.
Gov. Evers Grants More Pardons Than Any Governor In Contemporary History
Governor announces another 30 pardons granted, bringing total to 337
Gov. Evers Announces $18 Million To Help Wisconsin Families Pay Water Bills
Rent and utility assistance programs still available for households in need
Gov. Evers, St. Croix Chippewa Indians Sign Compact Amendment Permitting Event Wagering
The compact amendment follows months of negotiations between the St. Croix Chippewa Indians of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Department of Administration’s (DOA) Division of Gaming.
Gov. Evers: Wisconsin's Unemployment Rate Ties All-Time Record Low
Wisconsin's unemployment rate lowest it's been since November 2018 at 3 percent
AG Kaul Announces Appointment Of Tina Virgil To Division Of Criminal Investigation Administrator
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul today announced the appointment of Tina Virgil to serve as the new administrator for the DOJ Division of Criminal Investigation.
Gov. Evers Submits New Redistricting Maps Using 'Least Change' Approach Pursuant To Court Order
View the Governor’s proposed Assembly, Senate, and Congressional maps.
Republican Senator Kathy Bernier Calls For End To Gableman Election Probe
Senator Kathy Bernier said nothing her committee has seen over the past year has changed the outcome of the presidential election in Wisconsin.
Gov. Evers, Sixteen Governors 'Urge Senate Action To Protect Voting Rights'
The letter specifically calls for the U.S. Senate to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Will Martin Announces Candidacy For Lt. Governor Of Wisconsin
Will Martin, who served in leadership roles under Governors Thompson and Walker, announces he is seeking the Republican nomination to become the next Lt. Governor.
Waukesha Co. Legislative Delegation Calls On Gov. Evers To Remove Milwaukee Co. DA From Office
Delegation: "We stand united in our efforts to heal Waukesha after the horrific incident at the Christmas Parade."
Gov. Evers Orders Flags To Half-Staff In Honor Of Firefighter Brandon Romo
Brandon R. Romo of Pardeeville, who lost his life in the line of duty after contracting COVID-19.
Representative Gae Magnafici - Your Chair Of Family Law Committee
As chairperson, Gae oversees the incoming bills that affect families across the state of Wisconsin.
Gov. Evers Appoints Lori Kornblum To The Court Of Appeals District Il
The appointment will fill the vacancy being created by Judge Paul F. Reilly’s resignation.
Gov. Evers Releases Statement Regarding Rittenhouse Verdict
Evers: "No ruling today changes our reality in Wisconsin that we have work to do toward equity, accountability, and justice that communities across our state are demanding and deserve."