Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andy Gronik spoke to The Gazette on Thursday.
Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce released a poll Friday that shows he would run well against Republicans in the 1st Congressional District.
The Rock County board amended Thursday night a longtime county ordinance to allow alcohol sales on the Rock County 4-H Fairgrounds, a move officials hope will significantly increase revenue.
State Rep. Tyler August, R-Lake Geneva, announced Thursday he will not join the race for the 1st Congressional District seat held by Rep. Paul Ryan, who is not seeking re-election in fall.
In the wake of Rep. Paul Ryan's announcement that he won't run again for U.S. Congress, citing his desire for more family time, The Gazette asks local leaders about Ryan the man.
After Rep. Paul Ryan's announcement Wednesday that he will not seek re-election, it didn't take long for speculation to begin over which Republicans might run for the 1st Congressional District seat.
Over the past nearly 20 years, I have had the good fortune to serve in many roles in Congress, and they have all helped me better serve you, my employers in southern Wisconsin.
At a town hall Saturday in Janesville, U.S. Congressman Paul Ryan’s challenger, Democratic candidate Randy Bryce, slammed Ryan for not holding a single public town town halls in the 1st Congressional District in "over 900 days."
Canvassers will convene Thursday morning to review and finalize votes cast for the Beloit Turner School District’s $26.8 million referendum, which failed Tuesday by just two votes.
Milton School District voters decided it was time for change but not too much change, re-electing polarizing incumbent Brian Kvapil and welcoming two new faces.
Beloit Turner School Board President John Turner and newcomer Melissa Genovese Hughes secured the seats Tuesday.
Two incumbents resoundingly won re-election to the Milton City Council race Tuesday, cumulatively receiving about 50 percent of the vote in a five-person race.
A $26.8 million Beloit Turner School District referendum that would have built a new elementary school failed by just two votes Tuesday, based on unofficial results.
Kathi Swanson and Ellyn Paul were elected to three-year terms on the Evansville School Board, being the top two vote-getters. Curtis Nyhus was elected for a one-year term.
For at least another year, the makeup of the Janesville City Council will remain the same. The three incumbents running for council—Rich Gruber, Paul Williams and Jens Jorgensen—each won their own seat.
The Associated Press has declared Liberal Rebecca Dallet the winner over conservative Michael Screnock in Wisconsin Supreme Court race seen as midterm indicator.
Veteran Brodhead school board member Michael Krupke and Abbey Wellemeyer garnered the two open seats on the board in Tuesday's election.
Veteran Beloit Town Board member Wade Sweger and newcomer Dan Schreiber garnered the two open seats on the board in Tuesday's election.
On Wednesday—three years and 10 days after Trickett Wendler of Milton died at age 41—Gov. Scott Walker signed into law Wisconsin’s own Right To Try bill in honor of the mother who suffered from ALS.
Three incumbents and three newcomers offer different city priorities and stances on the Monterey Dam as they vie for three Janesville City Council seats Tuesday.
The Milton City Council will get at least one new face this spring because one incumbent is not seeking re-election.
Two people want to replace District 3 Supervisor Sandy Kraft, who decided not to run after serving 18 years on the Rock County Board.
Incumbent Debbie Olson faces a repeat matchup Tuesday in her effort to retain her Edgerton City Council District 2 seat. Olson faced Corey Steen last spring.
A longtime county employee is challenging an incumbent for her Walworth County Board seat in District 6.