Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Speculation aside, Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist lays out his argument for Gov. Scott Walker being a top-tier candidate for Republican nomination for president in 2016.
The signs that Gov. Scott Walker is laying the groundwork for a possible presidential run are clear, but still speculative. And that speculation may be intensifying as Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist, has declared Walker a top-tier candidate for Republican nominee for president in 2016 — right up there with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida. Walker is writing a book about his governorship, which may become a resume of sorts and is planning to address conservatives in Iowa at the invitation of Gov. Terry Branstad in May. He also was one of the key speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference in March. And, according to Politico, “he wouldn’t commit to serving throughout a second four-…
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Pewaukee Republican won seat in special April 2 election.
Editor's Note: The following news release was submitted to Patch via State Rep. Adam Neylon's office. Rep. Adam Neylon (R-Pewaukee) today became the newest member of the 101st Wisconsin State Legislature. Rep. Neylon took the oath of office Tuesday after winning a special election in the 98th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Sussex, Pewaukee, and portions of Waukesha and Lisbon. “I am excited to join the Assembly Republican majority and work on legislation to help grow our state’s economy,” said Rep. Neylon. “It is such an honor to serve the people of the 98th Assembly District at the State Capitol.” At 28 years old, Rep. Neylon is one of the younger GOP representatives in the Assembly. “I hope to usher in a new …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Tony Evers may have won the State Superintendent race but Sussex voted in favor of State Rep. Don Pridemore. The village also voted in favor of State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack.
Sussex had uncontested municipal and school board races but when it came to the Wisconsin Supreme Court and State Superintendent of Schools races, residents leaned toward Pat Roggensack and Don Pridemore. State Supreme Court Justice Roggensack won a second term on Tuesday night against Ed Fallone. She grabbed almost 78 percent of the Sussex vote, 1,240 to 363. Tony Evers retained his position as State Superintendent against State Rep. Don Pridemore (R-Hartford). Even though Evers won the state election, the majority of Sussex residents voted in favor of Pridemore. In Sussex, Pridemore received 1,050 votes and Evers received 483 votes. Evers has been in the education field for more than 30 years, working as a teacher, principal, …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack defeated challenger Ed Fallone Tuesday in her bid for a second 10-year term on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Superintendent of Schools Tony Evers withstood a challenge from Republican state Rep. Don Pridemore in the only other contested statewide race on the ballot. Roggensack was declared the winner by the Associated Press shortly before 10 p.m. Tuesday. As of midnight, with 88 percent of the statewide vote counted, she had 57 percent of the vote to Fallone's 42 percent, according to election results from WISN 12 News. The race for Wisconsin's top education post wasn't as close. With 88 percent of the statewide vote counted as of midnight, Evers had 61 percent of the vote, with …
Monday, April 1, 2013
Here's all the information you need to know about where to vote in Sussex on April 2 and what's on the ballot.
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