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

Cap Times: Vukmir should stop lying about Baldwin’s handling of Kavanaugh pick


Leah Vukmir tweeted that Sen. Tammy Baldwin “decided to obstruct” Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court. What Vukmir does not understand — or, perhaps, refuses to acknowledge for reasons of political positioning — is that Baldwin is performing the duties that are expected of an engaged and responsible senator. > Cap Times

Kaul: Kavanaugh will restrict abortion rights if confirmed


U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will vote to restrict abortion rights if he wins a spot on the high court, Wisconsin attorney general hopeful Josh Kaul predicted Thursday. > AP News

Johnson backs SCOTUS nominee Kavanaugh, weighs in on GOP Senate race


U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said Thursday he expects the Senate to confirm U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh: “I’m going to obviously support his nomination. I would like to see every senator support the nomination of such a qualified jurist and such a decent man.” > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Protest over Brett Kavanaugh nomination held in downtown Milwaukee

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Representatives from several groups protested outside Senator Ron Johnson’s Milwaukee office on Tuesday afternoon, voicing their opposition to Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh. Johnson hasn’t said yet how he will vote on the nominee. > CBS 58 Milwaukee

Johnson to meet this month with Trump’s SCOTUS nominee


U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson will meet later this month with U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, with a confirmation battle shaping up as Republicans try to get Kavanaugh on the court before the midterm elections. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Groups plan ad buys, Wisconsin rallies to stop Trump’s extremist Supreme Court nominee

The Alliance for Justice Action Campaign announced it has launched its first five-figure digital ad campaign urging the defeat of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Meanwhile, a host of organizations that advocate for women’s reproductive rights have scheduled three major rallies in Wisconsin on July 31. > Wisconsin Gazette