Duffy, Grothman issue dire wall warnings


Wisconsin Republican Congressman Sean Duffy and Glenn Grothman took to the talk radio airwaves this week in support of President Donald Trump’s demand for border wall funding, issuing warnings on the threat posed to America by illegal immigrants. > Wisconsin Radio Network

Duffy supports funding for border wall but hopes to avoid government shutdown


At a recent town hall meeting, U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy said he’s hoping to avoid a federal government shutdown in order to get funding for a border wall with Mexico, but added that President Trump’s threat to do so shows he’s willing to fight to secure the border. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Duffy talks government shutdown, border wall


When U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy held a series of town halls in his district last week, he fielded questions from a dozen people on a wide variety of topics, including border security, climate change and health care. > Daily Globe

Johnson talks building the border wall, Russia relations and Khashoggi

While Congress goes back and forth on the border wall funding President Trump has been advocating for, some figures have been thrown out about its cost. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson gave some clarification to those numbers saying: “The President definitely deserves to have better barriers funded.” > FOX 11 Green Bay

Vukmir, Baldwin at odds over immigration, Central American migrants

Republican US Senate candidate Leah Vukmir is pointing to the Central American migrants moving north through Mexico to call for a southern border wall and tighter US immigration laws, criticizing Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin for voting against funding the Trump’s plans for a wall. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Vukmir advocates for ‘the wall’ in Racine visit


Vukmir has traveled to each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties, and says a major issue among voters has been immigration reform, “particularly building that wall.” When visiting volunteers and supporters at the Racine County field office Thursday, Vukmir responded to a question about her stance on DACA with: “build the wall.” > Racine Journal Times

Vukmir touts Trump, wall support during Mauston, Reedsburg stops


State Sen. Leah Vukmir visited Mauston and Reedsburg last week to make her case she’s the right Republican to face off against U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin in November. Saying she’s strongly supportive of President Trump and his agenda, she added: “The wall has to be first and foremost.” > Juneau County Star-Times