Wirch, Wanggaard express concerns about Kimberly-Clark deal

Wisconsin senators have received the call to help vote on legislation for Kimberly-Clark, but state Sen. Bob Wirch (D-Somers) and state Sen. Van Wanggaard (R-Racine) have concerns about the legislation, and a successful vote is far from certain. > Racine Journal Times

Evers calls for nearly $1.7 billion hike in state funding for K-12 schools

Wisconsin’s K-12 public schools would receive a nearly $1.7 billion increase in state funding over the current budget cycle under state Superintendent Tony Evers’ two-year budget proposal released Sunday. The proposal would shift funding from property tax credits to aid that goes directly to schools. > Chippewa Herald

Debate over Wisconsin’s roads features high-altitude attack ad over Lambeau Field

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The debate over bad roads in Wisconsin has hit new heights, with an airplane flying around Lambeau Field with a banner that says there are too many “Scott holes.” > FOX 6 Milwaukee

Fact-check: Walker misleads in claiming Evers could have revoked teacher license in porn viewing case

PolitiFact Wisconsin cuts through the many claims made in TV ads about what happened in the case surrounding a Wisconsin teacher caught viewing porn at school and about how Tony Evers could legally respond.

Audio shows Scott Walker’s campaign testing eight lines of attack in private poll

Gov. Scott Walker declared Thursday that he’s running “an extremely positive campaign.” But that’s not the sense you get from Team Walker’s latest private poll, the audio of which was provided to the Journal Sentinel. The person who recorded the call did so Wednesday evening. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Walker says he’s running a positive campaign and defends ad against Evers on prisons


A day after Tony Evers charged that Gov. Scott Walker was taking the race into the gutter, Walker declared that he’s running “an extremely positive campaign”  and defended a blistering ad against his Democratic rival. > Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Former school board president cuts pro-Evers ad


The former president of the school board that fired a teacher whose case has become embroiled in Wisconsin’s governor’s race has cut a television ad in support of Democrat Tony Evers. > AP News