Gwen Moore’s congressional primary contest with Gary George: Round 3

For the third time in six years, former state Sen. Gary George is making a long-shot bid to unseat Gwen Moore, vowing to call for President Trump’s impeachment. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Dem challenges Gwen Moore again, while two Republicans face off in primary

For the third time in six years, former state Sen. Gary George is making a long-shot bid to unseat Gwen Moore, vowing to call for President Trump’s impeachment. Meanwhile, two relative unknowns — longtime Milwaukee resident Tim Rogers and recent transplant Cynthia Werner — will face off on the Republican ballot. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Paul Ryan’s failure clears the way for a real farm and food bill

In an editorial, the Cap Times writes that it’s thankful for Paul Ryan’s ineptitude as Speaker of the House, because if he’d succeeded in passing the recent Farm Bill, it would have done severe damage to the condition of working farmers and working families.

What Walker, Vukmir and a growing list of Wisconsin lawmakers are saying about Ryan’s retirement

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Read the public statements made about Paul Ryan’s retirement announcement by Gov. Scott Walker, state Sen. Leah Vukmir, several of Wisconsin’s Congressional delegation, and two key state legislators. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Meet the 4 women running for U.S. House seats in Wisconsin

Get to know the four Wisconsin women who are part of the record-setting wave of women running for Congress in the 2018 midterm election. > Wisconsin State Journal

Wisconsin members of Congress divided on whether they need to protect the Mueller

The Journal Sentinel asked all 10 members of Congress from Wisconsin — six Republicans and four Democrats — how they view Trump’s recent criticisms of Mueller, whether they think Mueller should be allowed to complete his job, and how they would react if Trump fired Mueller. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Where does Wisconsin’s congressional delegation stand on Trump’s tariffs?

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President Trump’s decision to announce tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has drawn warnings of a trade war by Republican critics, including by Gov. Scott Walker, who has asked Trump to reconsider. The Cap Times runs through all 10 of the state’s U.S. Senators and Representatives on where they stand regarding the tariffs.