UW-Madison professor explains what a Wisconsin #bluewave could look like


Last week’s election results for the state Supreme Court led to a deluge of analysis about what it means for the fall general election and whether a #bluewave is really on the horizon. The Cap Times spoke to UW-Madison professor David Canon, who studies Wisconsin politics and campaigns, about the election and what might be ahead.

NRA opponents hoping to build on Supreme Court victory in the fall

A poll suggests a message highlighting the gun rights group’s support for Michael Screnock may have contributed to Rebecca Dallet’s victory Tuesday. > Wisconsin State Journal

Rebecca Dallet wins 10-year term on Wisconsin Supreme Court


Voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly picked Rebecca Dallet to serve on the Wisconsin Supreme Court — the first time in 23 years a candidate backed by liberals won an open seat on the state’s highest court. > Wisconsin State Journal

Screnock-Dallet Supreme Court race, coming special elections may not tell us much


A Dallet win Tuesday night would undoubtedly feed the national narrative that Republicans are on the electoral ropes for 2018. But not so fast, because traditionally, spring elections in Wisconsin haven’t been much of an indication of anything. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Weather likely to matter for Supreme Court election turnout

A snowstorm hitting the state Tuesday could dampen turnout, which usually hovers around 20 percent in spring elections with contested Supreme Court races. Up to 10 inches of snow was expected in the central part of the state and dozens of schools canceled classes. > AP News

TV ads paint only partial picture of Supreme Court candidates’ records on crime


Two ads paint Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet and Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock as handing down light sentences for child crimes, but the ads focus on just a few cases out of the thousands the two have handled, and other cases show that both have handed down heavier penalties. > Wisconsin State Journal

PolitiFact Wisconsin lays out all its Dallet-Screnock fact checks before Election Day tomorrow


PolitiFact Wisconsin has conducted more than a half dozen fact checks on statements made by and about Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock. The election will be held Tuesday, April 3.