The Blueprint: 10 Democrats Make the Cut for August Primary to Challenge Walker
ALSO: 10 Democrats Make the Cut for August Primary to Challenge Walker • Longtime WBA Friend of Housing Rep. Young Announces Retirement • From DSPS: Commercial Building Code Insert Pages & Informational Documents • Additional Details From the Recent Nomination Paper Filing Deadline • Abrahamson Announces She Will Not Run Again in 2019 • From NAHB: Tax Reform and Net Operating Losses
10 Democrats Make the Cut for August Primary to Challenge Walker
On June 1st, anyone running for office in the August primary and November general election in Wisconsin was required to submit nomination papers to get on the ballot for the elections in late summer and early fall. At one point, there seemed to be a never-ending list of democrats interested in running in the primary for the right to challenge Governor Walker this fall, but, at the end of the day, the field now stands at 10 after the June 1 filing deadline...
Longtime WBA Friend of Housing Rep. Young Announces Retirement
State Representative Leon Young announced recently that he would not be seeking another term in the state assembly after serving in the lower house for nearly 26 years.
From DSPS: Commercial Building Code Insert Pages & Informational Documents
The Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS) - Division of Industry Services is providing additional information to you pertaining to SPS 361- 366, the Commercial Building Code Package.
Additional Details from Recent Nomination Paper Filing Deadline
Groups like the WBA who will be active in the November 2018 elections and those who will be on the ballot were busy clicking “refresh” on the state elections commissions website on Friday before the filing deadline to see what the final list of candidates would look like.
Abrahamson Announces She Will Not Run Again in 2019
Most of the campaign related conversations these days are rightfully focused on the primary and general elections in 2018. In early 2019, another big election is on the horizon which will have a significant effect on the future direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
From NAHB: Tax Reform & Net Operating Losses
Before the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) went into effect, a business’s net operating losses (NOLs) could generally be carried back two years and carried forward 20 years to offset taxable income.
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