Democrat Kaul outraises incumbent AG Schimel in July


Democratic attorney general candidate Josh Kaul has outraised Republican incumbent Brad Schimel in July, raising more than two and a half times as much. Year-to-date, Schimel has raised just a tad more than Kaul, and has more cash on hand. > AP News

Schimel mum on blocking 3D-printed guns in Wisconsin

Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel won’t say whether he would seek to stop the manufacturing of plastic firearms imperceptible to metal detectors but suggested the Department of Justice is studying the issue. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Democratic Party of Wisconsin files ethics complaint against Brad Schimel

The Democratic Party of Wisconsin filed an ethics complaint against Attorney General Brad Schimel’s campaign this week, alleging it has accepted more than the legal limit from a political action committee. > Cap Times

Schimel hires lab consultant as criticism over rape kit delays mount


Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel has quietly hired a consultant to identify ways to speed up evidence testing at Wisconsin’s crime labs, as criticism mounts over delays. Schimel faces a re-election bid in November, and is being challenged by Democrat Josh Kaul. > AP News

Josh Kaul makes campaign stop in Eau Claire

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The Democratic candidate for attorney general made his case Friday for why Wisconsin should back away from trying to end the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Josh Kaul is challenging Republican incumbent Brad Schimel in November. > ABC 18 Eau Claire

In new ads, two Wisconsin sheriffs defend AG Schimel’s handling of sex assault evidence kits

Two Wisconsin law enforcement officers are defending Attorney General Brad Schimel and his handling of the state’s rape kit testing backlog in new campaign ads released by a national Republican organization. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel