Myers files election finance complaint against Bryce

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Democratic congressional candidate Cathy Myers has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against her primary opponent, Randy Bryce, alleging that Bryce and his campaign violated campaign finance laws by “converting campaign funds to Bryce’s personal use”. > Racine Journal Times

Forward Kenosha endorses Myers for Ryan’s seat

The progressive political activist group Forward Kenosha announced Friday that it will endorse Cathy Myers in the primary election for Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District. Myers will face iron worker Randy Bryce in the Aug. 14 primary. > Racine Journal Times

Cap Times podcast: Cathy Myers says it’s time to listen to women

Join political reporter Jessie Opoien for Wedge Issues, a podcast catching you up with the candidates, strategists, analysts and power players in the 2018 election. This week, Opoien talks with Cathy Myers, a Democratic candidate for Paul Ryan’s seat. > Cap Times

Bryce, Myers address personal controversies, NATO at forum

Democratic congressional candidates Randy Bryce and Cathy Myers attended a forum packed with about 200 local residents Wednesday evening, fielding questions on everything from President Donald Trump’s conduct at the NATO summit to personal controversy. > Racine Journal Times

Sanders rallying with Baldwin, Bryce in Wisconsin

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Bernie Sanders is returning to Wisconsin to lead a pair of campaign rallies for Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin and congressional candidate Randy Bryce. The Vermont senator plans to hold the rallies on Saturday, part of a three-state swing that’s taking him to Minnesota on Friday and Pennsylvania on Sunday. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Dems running for Ryan’s seat attempt to show differences in first debate

The two Democrats competing to replace retiring Republican U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin’s 1st Congressional District had their first debate Sunday night in Lake Geneva. Cathy Myers and Randy Bryce agreed on most issues, but also sought to draw contrasts with each other. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Old arrests surface for Dem candidate running for Paul Ryan’s seat

Wisconsin Democrat Randy Bryce, who is running to replace Speaker Paul Ryan, apologized Friday for a 1998 drunken driving arrest, calling it “dumb” and “inexcusable.” Bryce is a union iron worker who goes by the nickname “Iron Stache” and has built a national following and fundraising base in his quest to replace the retiring Ryan. > Wisconsin Public Radio