Wisconsin’s U.S. congressman from Green Bay, Mike Gallagher, writes in The Atlantic: “If you are among the 87 percent of people who are concerned about what is going on in Congress, then I have an important message for you: It’s much worse than you think.”
As he and fellow Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher weigh in on the Democratic takeover, U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman says that somehow, during the past two years, voting Democratic among young people has become the “cool thing to do.” > Cap Times
Northeast Wisconsin’s freshman congressman is running for re-election. Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher is being challenged by Beau Liegeois, a Democrat who is an assistant district attorney in Brown County. > Wisconsin Public Radio
After Mike Gallagher got out of the military, he went to work for the Senate Foreign Relations panel, handling Middle East, North Africa and counter-terrorism issues under Chairman Bob Corker. That was just five years ago. Now he’s a first-term congressman, thinking of young people at the “tip of the spear.” > Roll Call
“It’s bad news. It’s clear Cohen and Manafort are not the type of people the President should have surrounded himself with,” said Wisconsin Congressman Mike Gallagher (R-Green Bay) on WTMJ’s “Wisconsin’s Afternoon News” Wednesday. > WTMJ Radio
In FiveThirtyEight‘s forecast model of the upcoming House elections, only two Wisconsin seats show any vulnerability of changing party: Glenn Grothman’s Democratic opponent, Dan Kohl, shows a 29 percent chance of winning, while Democrat Randy Bryce is calculated to have a 21 percent chance of scoring Paul Ryan’s seat.
With the primary election over, the races for Wisconsin’s Senate seat and eight House of Representatives seats are now set. Here are the matchups for the Nov. 6 general election. > FOX 11 Green Bay