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The Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office has charged former county supervisor Peggy West with felony election fraud. Milwaukee Police investigated the complaint referred from the Milwaukee County Ethics Board regarding nomination papers circulated and filed by West, police said late Thursday. West lost re-election in her south side district to Sylvia Ortiz-Velez in April. Ortiz-Velez told FOX6 News by phone that she is "shocked." "You're kidding me! Wow. This is the first I'm hearing about this," Ortiz-Velez said. [Read More]
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Democratic candidate for governor Kelda Roys has taken out a second mortgage on her Madison home to boost her campaign, even as she lags way behind in the polls. Roys took out a $235,000 second mortgage on her home June 25, five days before loaning her campaign $255,000, according to Dane County property records and Roys' campaign finance filing. The loan vaulted Roys into the lead over her Democratic rivals in the amount of cash they have on... [Read More]
A new Marquette Law School poll released on Wednesday afternoon, July 18 finds 30 percent of Republican voters and 38 percent of Democratic voters remain undecided prior to the gubernatorial and Senate primaries in August. Poll officials say overall, people are "still not focused" on the two major primaries and votes - and there is no big movement to show more interest in them. The poll found two-thirds of all registered voters say they do not have an... [Read More]
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A woman charged with being a covert Russian agent had ties to former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke during a 2015 trip to Russia. In fact, a group she founded paid for Clarke to be there. Video shows the then-Milwaukee County sheriff touring a firearms factory in Moscow. The sheriff received a compliment while test-firing a gun. It was December 2015. Clarke was part of a delegation from the National Rifle Association. The deputy CEO of Orsis, a... [Read More]
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Top Wisconsin Republicans took different views on Monday, July 16 after Russian President Vladimir Putin asserted that his country had not meddled in the 2016 election. House Speaker Paul Ryan said there was "no question" that the Russians had interfered. Ryan criticized President Donald Trump hours after the president met with Putin in Finland. "The president must appreciate that Russia is not our ally," Ryan said. U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson shared Ryan's opinion about Russian meddling, telling reporters... [Read More]
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