The Blueprint: Walker vs. Evers Kicks Into Gear


ALSO: Polling Released in Key Legislative Districts • Despite Huge Funding Disadvantage, Vukmir Beats Nicholson • Marquette Law School Poll: Good News for Vukmir; Walker & Evers Tied  • Governor Walker Announces $10 Million Available to Help Contractors Access Capital •  From NAHB: NAHB Weighs in as EPA Considers Changes to its Regulatory Development Process


Walker vs. Evers Kicks into Gear

 Summary of Recently Passed Housing & Development Bill Now Available

With the primary election in the rear view mirror, the race for governor is now in full gear.  The huge increase in television ads centered around the race for governor, started just days after the primary, is the most visible sign of this big race that will likely not cease until Election  Day...


Polling Released in Key Legislative Districts

Recently the MacIver Institute posted an article titled “Cancel The ‘Blue Wave’-Poll Finds GOP Advantage in Key Wisconsin Districts” which highlighted some polling data done by the Jobs First Coalition that surveyed 600 votes in eight key assembly districts in Wisconsin...
 

Despite Huge Funding Disadvantage, Vukmir Beats Nicholson

With some news outlets reporting that State Senator Leah Vukmir was outspent by as much as $8 million, she was able to beat businessman Kevin Nicholson 48.9% to 43.0% to move on to face incumbent U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin...
 

Marquette Law School Poll: Good News for Vukmir; Walker & Evers Tied

Conventional wisdom thought that Senator Baldwin, the well-funded incumbent, would be up by a fair amount coming out of the primary, regardless of who won the GOP nomination...
 

Governor Walker Announces $10 Million Available to Help Contractors Access Capital

Governor Scott Walker announced $10 million is available to contractors through the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority’s (WHEDA) Contractors Loan Guarantee (CLG) program. WHEDA will partner with local lenders to guarantee 50 percent or up to $750,000 on new loans, helping contractors pay expenses for working on qualified contracts...
 

NAHB Weighs in as EPA Considers Changes to its Regulatory Development Process

PAs part of the Trump Administration’s ongoing regulatory reform efforts, EPA has requested public comments on how it can be more transparent concerning the scientific data it relies upon to establish new federal environmental regulations. The Agency also aims to be more consistent when evaluating the costs and benefits of proposed rules...
 

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