Exploring the 8th District GOP Caucus Wisconsin’s 8th Congressional District is choosing it’s delegates to send to the GOP convention in Cleveland this July. There are still many questions surrounding the race for the Republican nomination; will there be an open convention in Cleveland ... 04/16/2016 - 8:05 am | View Link
Going to caucus in Iowa is nothing like going to the polls in Wisconsin "If this were a primary like we have in Wisconsin where everybody votes that would be a ... Veteran's medical records raise new questions about VA care prior to his suicide UPDATE: Veteran's medical records raise new questions about VA care prior to ... 01/28/2016 - 6:43 pm | View Link
What local Iowa residents think about the Iowa caucus a representative will have the chance to answer questions about and speak in favor of their presidential ... The process of a caucus is much different than the primary election that takes place in Wisconsin. But the folks there said they wouldn't have ... 01/27/2016 - 1:14 am | View Link
Vote Analysis: Ryan, Freedom Caucus Increasingly at Odds according to a CQ Roll Call analysis. As the Wisconsin Republican prepares to take the speaker’s gavel from the retiring John A. Boehner, R-Ohio, there are questions about his ability to manage the fractious GOP conference. Specifically, all eyes are ... 10/28/2015 - 6:00 pm | View Link
Latina GOP Legislator Slams Wisconsin Minority Caucus A newly elected GOP Wisconsin legislator, state Rep. Jessie Rodriguez ... Rodriguez's district is 85 percent white, sparking questions in the Wisconsin State Journal about whether she would be invited to join the caucus, which this year, for the first ... 01/6/2014 - 12:26 am | View Link
Caucus Manual Introduction. The caucus is a method that may be used by towns and villages for nominating candidates to be placed on the Spring Election ballot. | View Website
Wisconsin Legislature: Chapter 8 Ch. 8 Note NOTE: 2005 Wis. Act 451, which made major revisions to the election laws, including to Chapter 8, contains an extensive prefatory note explaining the changes. | View Website
2016 Presidential Candidates | Facts and Comparison Compare all candidates in the 2016 presidential election on polling, campaign finance, key issues such as immigration, jobs, and gun control, and more. | View Website
Congressional Black Caucus The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) is an organization. Membership is exclusive to African Americans. Here is the foundation of Congressional Black Caucus, there you ... | View Website
Iowa Caucus Iowa Caucus site is providing information on the Iowa caucuses and events that will take place up to and during the events surounding the nomination process of the ... | View Website
House Speaker Paul Ryan is facing a major obstacle in his months-long quest to pass criminal justice reform: unenthused House Republicans still skittish about looking soft on crime. The Wisconsin Republican for weeks has repeated his personal desire to move a bipartisan package that would include allowing well-behaved nonviolent prisoners to be eligible for early release and easing some drug-related sentencing requirements.
As Congress careens toward a potential government shutdown, Democrats are dragging the funding fight to the brink and hoping to squeeze the GOP. The smart bet is still that Congress will pass some sort of stopgap bill to keep the government running past Friday. Neither party wants to risk being blamed for a shutdown just weeks before the presidential election.