Some things have changed since I wrote my who’s who for the Wisconsin 2010 ballot. Four candidates have been bumped from the ballot. Two challenges that sought to bump Democratic candidates Toss Kolosso and Rep. Tammy Baldwin form the ballot have been dismissed. And one candidate who’s running as an independent has been made to runContinue reading “Candidate’s slogan barred from ballot; Kolosso and Rep. Baldwin in; 3 or 4 candidates off the ballot”
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Wisconsin Green Party to lose ballot status?
A friend forwarded this to me: The Wisconsin Green Party failed in its (last minute) attempt to qualify Pete Karas for Secretary of State, which means they will lose ballot status after November. While I have no direct confirmation of this, but I’m inclined to believe it. It’s probably a bit embarrassing for the Greens,Continue reading “Wisconsin Green Party to lose ballot status?”
First a primary, then Drinking Liberally
One thing on one day, one thing on another. Tomorrow, Feb. 17, we democracy geeks cast votes in the primary for judges and state superintendent. Sometimes, though, even the democracy geeks in the crowd lose sight of elections. So here’s a very short list of who to vote for: State Superintendent: Tony Evers. Jay BullockContinue reading “First a primary, then Drinking Liberally”