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Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
With a couple of key moves in recent few days, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker sends clear signal that he is interested in making a presidential run.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen had asked appeals court to stay a rule by a Dane County judge that said parts of the collective-bargaining law are unconstitutional.
More than 6,200 federal employees who work in Milwaukee County could potentially be affected by sequester, which is slated to start Friday.
Report released Sunday by Obama administration details more than a dozen areas in which federal aid would be cut — primarily in education and health care.
On "Meet the Press," Wisconsin congressman and former Republican vice presidential candidate says Hillary Clinton would have done better job with economy than Obama has.
Republican governor doubles down on goal to create 250,000 jobs by 2015 in his State of the State address, but Democrats remain skeptical.
Updates on the 2012 federal and state elections will be posted here throughout the day on Tuesday. You can also connect with us on Twitter at #PatchElections and in our live blog.
Both presidential candidates have canceled campaign appearances in Wisconsin due to Hurricane Sandy.
Patch's political influencers agree President Barack Obama fared better in this debate against Mitt Romney than he did in first one.
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