Walker challenger Flynn promises to restore collective bargaining rights


Just days after officially declaring he hopes to unseat Gov. Scott Walker, former state Democratic Party Chair Matt Flynn spoke in a live interview on WDJT Milwaukee‘s News at 4, saying: “Scott Walker’s had eight years to show his vision, and I think his vision is flawed. We used to have clean, open government.”

Slate of Democratic Walker challengers speak at first candidates’ forum


With almost all 10 of the Democratic candidates running for governor attending the Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans’ annual Power Lunch Monday, Urban Milwaukee provides a rundown of what each contender had to say.

Another Democrat throws hat in the ring for 2018 governor race


Former Wisconsin Democratic Party Chairman and retired attorney Matt Flynn says he’s running for governor because the progressive traditions of Wisconsin are being “obliterated” by Republican Gov. Scott Walker. > Associated Press

Who will run? List of potential Dem challengers for Walker grows

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At least seven Democrats said at last weekend’s state convention that they were thinking about challenging Gov. Scott Walker in next year’s election. All of them mingled with convention delegates, though none wanted to publicly announce their intentions. One handed out a business card that read, “Considering a run for governor.” > FOX6 Milwaukee