Big money is pouring into Wisconsin from conservative groups that want to unseat Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin. But is more money being spent against Baldwin than any other senate Democrat up in 2018? PolitiFact Wisconsin puts it to the Truth-O-Meter. It's no secret that Republicans want to unseat Senator Tammy Baldwin. Martha Laning, the chair of the Wisconsin Democratic Party, talked about that with TODAY'S TMJ4 last week.
Corrections versus colleges. Gov. Scott Walker is accused of putting prisons ahead of the University of Wisconsin System.The Truth O Meter puts that claim to the test.State prisons and the state's higher education budgets cost taxpayers billions of dollars.Kelda Helen Roys, one of many Democrats running to challenge Walker, made a claim that will likely be repeated on the campaign trail.
The U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin is getting a lot of national attention. Democrat U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has been the number one target in the country by big money or major conservatives. Political action committees have already spent millions of dollars on a U.S. Senate seat that won’t be decided until November. VIDEOMoney has poured in for TV and digital ads as Republicans try to unseat Baldwin. VIDEOMore than $3 million dollars according to the nonpartisan group that tracks money and politics.
Sunday's 414ward. @SenDarling on Gov. Walker's $80M plan to close Lincoln Hills & create 5 regional facilities. "We have to make sure there is deterrence, there is justice and different outcome. I do believe in evidence based approaches because what's happening now isn't working" https://t.co/bmVIBFHipF
Sunday's 414ward. @SenTaylor on Gov. Walker's $80 million plan to close Lincoln Hills youth prison and create five smaller regional facilities. "We have to move juvenile justice from the adult system. It can't be a mini adult correctional model. That won't work." @tmj4 9am https://t.co/z146yPZMnJ
Sunday's 414ward. Youth Justice Milwaukee's Sharlen Moore on Gov. Walker's $80 million plan to close Lincoln Hills youth prison and create five smaller regional facilities.
"What we really want to do is make sure we reimagine what juvenile justice looks like." @tmj4 9am https://t.co/uTcsrhNpBK
Sunday's 414ward. @SenTaylor on Gov. Walker's $80 million plan to close Lincoln Hills youth prison and create five smaller regional facilities. "We have to move juvenile justice from the adult system. It can't be a mini adult correctional model. That won't work." @tmj4 9am https://t.co/OAXhGH7JJd
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