Campaign finance disclosures from the Koch Industries Political Action Committee (KochPAC) show that Team Koch is investing heavily in candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. PR Watch‘s state-by-state list shows how much they’ve given to whom in Wisconsin.
It isn’t exactly breaking news to discover a logic deficit in the official world of Glenn Grothman, but when the deficit actually has to do with deficits, notice must be taken. > Urban Milwaukee
U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman leads all members of Wisconsin’s House congressional delegation on mail-related expenses, which he says is a sign he’s staying in touch with constituents. But his Democratic opponent, Dan Kohl, suggests that Grothman’s spending on mail is a way to supplement his campaign fund, which trails Kohl’s. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
That Republicans may lose the U.S. House this fall while still hanging on to their five Wisconsin seats is a testament to how hard it is to defeat a sitting member of Congress in a district that favors their party. In Wisconsin, it’s happened only once in 40 years. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
There are differing takes from Wisconsin’s members of Congress on President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. Here’s what U.S. Reps. Ron Kind, Mike Gallagher, Glenn Grothman and Mark Pocan, as well as U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, had to say. > Wisconsin Radio Network
How predictive is fundraising status in House races? Vice takes a close look at five races where a Democratic challenger has substantially more cash than the Republican incumbent, and U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman’s race is one of them.
Democratic congressional candidate Dan Kohl says Republicans need not tie him to unpopular House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, because he would disavow her if he’s elected. Kohl is running against incumbent Congressman Glenn Grothman in the 6th District, which spans all or part of 11 counties north and west of Milwaukee. > FOX 6 Milwaukee