Josh Kaul declares victory in AG race, Schimel waiting for more information

Josh Kaul declared victory Wednesday in the race for state attorney general following a tumultuous night of vote-counting. Results show Kaul leading by more than 22,000 votes. Incumbent AG Brad Schimel said in a statement Wednesday that he spoke with Kaul, and “while the results are not final, it appears he has won this race.” > Wisconsin State Journal

Wedge Issues podcast: The final countdown 


On the last episode of Wedge Issues before Election Day, WisPolitics reporter Briana Reilly joins Jessie Opoien to talk about the poll numbers for Walker-Evers, Baldwin-Vukmir and Schimel-Kaul — and what they’re watching in the days before Nov. 6. You can listen here.

WisconsinEye offers excellent collection of voter resources

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WisconsinEye, the state’s public affairs network, offers election resources including interviews with state and federal candidates, new conferences, rallies, debates and other election-related events online. You can peruse their entire Campaign 2018 library of videos here.

Democrat Josh Kaul scrutinizes Schimel’s record in bid for Attorney General

Josh Kaul was the first — and only Democrat — to announce he was challenging Republican Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel, and has been regularly name-dropped ever since by high-ranking Democrats. But even though Kaul has out-fundraised Schimel this year, polling suggests many voters are still learning about Kaul. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Josh Kaul’s new ad hits Brad Schimel hard on testing just 9 rape kits in 2 years

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According to the second campaign ad released by Josh Kaul, Democratic challenger for Wisconsin attorney general, incumbent Brad Schimel’s office tested less than 10 rape kits during his first two years in office. That’s was out of more than 4,000 backlogged evidence kits. Watch the 30-second spot here.

Wisconsin’s attorney general is on the ballot Nov. 6. Here’s why that job is important.

Attorneys general races often have a lower profile, garnering less media coverage and public attention than gubernatorial or Congressional races. Yet the role is one of the most significant in the executive branch and wields sizable discretion and influence over citizens’ lives. > Cap Times

John Oliver warns viewers how important state AG races are, and calls out Brad Schimel in the process

On last night’s episode of “Last Week Tonight”, John Oliver stressed how important it is to research the various candidates running for state Attorney General in next week’s election, because researching the candidates turns up some interesting facts, such as Wisconsin’s incumbent Brad Schimel and his “KAED” coins. You can watch the episode on YouTube.