At Dem governor debate, Matt Flynn says Scott Walker will eat Tony Evers for lunch


It wasn’t until the end of Wednesday night’s Democratic gubernatorial forum at the Madison Public Library that someone took a swing at the candidate who has led in all of the polls. > Wisconsin State Journal

Democrats make closing arguments in lively gubernatorial debate

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Seven of the eight Democrats running for governor got asked a little bit of everything in a fast-paced debate in Madison Wednesday night, and discussed Walker, each other and who they’d vote for if not on the ballot themselves. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Meet the Democratic candidates running for governor

NBC 15 Green Bay interviewed all eight of the Democratic gubernatorial candidates between July 26 and August 6 at the WMTV Studios. You can read their short bios and view a one-on-one interview with each of them here.

Roys leads Dems in latest fundraising reports, but Walker outraises all of them


The fundraising chase in the campaign for governor produced two clear trends in July: Kelda Roys outpaced her Democratic opponents and Gov. Scott Walker outpaced the entire Democratic field. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Dem candidates argue their cases against a third Scott Walker term

The Wisconsin State Journal asked each of the eight Democratic governor candidates to lay out their best case against a third Walker term. Their written answers include many arguments that will likely be featured in TV ads and other campaign spots in the run-up to the Aug. 14 primary.

Dem gubernatorial candidates weigh in on state funding for local governments

The eight Democrats vying to win the August primary and face Gov. Scott Walker in November were vocal about their intentions to strengthen local governments during a candidate forum in Milwaukee Friday. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Democrat governor hopefuls criticize Foxconn deal


At a forum on issues impacting Milwaukee county, the eight Democrats running for governor expressed support for giving more control to local governments and criticized the deal struck by the state to bring a huge Foxconn Technology Group plant to Wisconsin. > AP News