Most of the 10 Democratic gubernatorial candidates seeking to advance in the primary have largely stayed away from criticizing each other publicly. But with fewer than two months left before the election, some candidates are starting to turn on each other. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
In it continuing series spotlighting all ten Democratic candidates for governor, Wisconsin Public Radio turns its lens on Madison Mayor Paul Soglin. From ’60s radical to longtime mayor, few in the state can match Soglin’s political longevity.
The state Elections Commission has set the primary ballot order for the 10 Democrats running for governor. The order is important because the top spot holders will enjoy an advantage in a field so crowded voters might not read to the end of the list. > AP News
A pair of statewide groups that have built on Bernie Sanders’ 2016 energy have developed a strategy to help progressives clarify the competition for governor. Through ranked-choice voting online, the “Wisconsin’s Choice” project aims to pick a progressive candidate to endorse, with a narrowing of the field to four this week. > Cap Times
The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association is reconsidering its decision to limit an upcoming Democratic gubernatorial debate to just four of the 10 candidates after receiving criticism from multiple sides and some contenders threatening to boycott the event. > FOX 6 Milwaukee
Only four of the 10 Democrats running for governor in Wisconsin will be allowed to participate in a July debate being broadcast live statewide, a move that drew sharp criticism Monday and could leave well-financed and competitive candidates waiting in the wings. > AP News
Ten Democratic candidates for governor made their cases to party supporters at the state convention last weekend. You can watch each of their speeches at FOX 11 Green Bay, including Gov. Scott Walker’s speech from the Republican state convention earlier this spring.