Johnson, Baldwin want to hear from Kavanaugh, accuser


Wisconsin’s U.S. senators agreed Monday that both Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and the woman accusing him of a decades-old sexual assault should testify before a Senate committee. > AP News

Johnson praises movement on new NAFTA deal as beneficial to Wisconsin

Senator Ron Johnson is praising the news that the Trump Administration is renegotiating parts of NAFTA with Mexico and Canada. Johnson tells Bloomberg TV that this is excellent news for Wisconsin farmers: “Wisconsin has a trade surplus with both Canada and Mexico. Mexico is our largest market for Wisconsin cheese.” > Wisconsin Radio Network

Baldwin seeks vote to overturn Trump rule on health plans


U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is taking on President Donald Trump over health care and is getting pushback from Republicans Ron Johnson and Leah Vukmir. Baldwin introduced legislation Wednesday to overturn a Trump administration rule on short-term health plans. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Vukmir: A GOP mom with a cause?

With U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson telling GOP loyalists recently that the party can’t afford to be divided now that Vukmir has moved on to challenge U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, GOP candidate Leah Vukmir is seeking to mend wounds after her rough primary against Kevin Nicholson. > Isthmus

Attorneys general urge ‘swift passage’ of Wisconsin-led fentanyl bill

Attorneys general from all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico are calling on congressional leaders to pass a Wisconsin-led effort to curb overdoses by limiting access to deadly fentanyl analogues. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson and U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner are the bill’s two sponsors. > Cap Times

Vukmir taps staff from Johnson, Pruitt

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir’s campaign bulked up with two hires Tuesday. As fundraising consultant, she added Kristin Hopkins, who was finance director for U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson’s winning campaign in 2016. And she hired communications director Jahan Wilcox, who most recently served former EPA chief Scott Pruitt. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Johnson: Brennan didn’t misuse security clearance, but abused privilege


U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson on Sunday said he didn’t believe former CIA director John Brennan misused his security clearance but, instead, “abused his privilege” by publicly accusing President Donald Trump “of treasonous behavior.” > POLITICO