Where each member of Wisconsin’s Congressional delegation stands on net neutrality



The Cap Times runs through the net neutrality position of Wisconsin’s two U.S. Senators and all eight of its House Representatives.

Glenn Grothman, Dan Kohl headed for 2018 congressional showdown

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Democrat Dan Kohl has marched into the 6th Congressional District, a Republican stronghold, to take on U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman next year. From the large Kohl for Congress sign on a busy street to impressive fundraising totals, Kohl is making big moves to put a bedrock GOP seat in play in 2018. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Is Glenn Grothman, as his rival claims, the most-partisan member of the U.S. House?


Dan Kohl, who is challenging U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman in 2018, claims the congressman is the most-partisan member of the U.S. House. In checking the claim, PolitiFact Wisconsin references the Lugar Center bipartisanship index, which we’ve featured with our own data graphic here.

Bipartisan mix of speakers on tap for new UW center


The kick-off event for the new publicly funded Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership at UW-Madison has a bipartisan mix of speakers, including Republican Rep. Glenn Grothman and Democratic Assembly Minority Leader Gordon Hintz. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Grothman, in ‘toughest race’ of his political career, having trouble raising money


U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman said Monday he’s worried about his re-election prospects: “I am very apprehensive about the future. The fundraising is not going as well as I’d like.” Grothman added that his opponent, Democrat Dan Kohl, has paid staff and is “far ahead” of him in running his campaign. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel