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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Friday, August 3, 2018 2:26 AM
Former state Rep. Kelda Roys, one of the Democratic candidates for governor, is stressing a strong advocacy on behalf of women in her campaign, and she says she is also relentlessly focused on building a Wisconsin where everyone has the chance to succeed. (subscriber access)
  • Nicholson banks on service record, outside supporters
    Kevin Nicholson points out he is many things in life - a husband, father of three, and businessman - but it's his role as a highly decorated combat veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps he is counting on to propel him to victory in the August Republican primary for the U.S. Senate. (subscriber access)
  • State Sen. Leah Vukmir (R-Wauwatosa) has gained a slight edge in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in the latest Marquette Law School poll, as she stresses what she calls her proven record of conservative reform and her life as a nurse and military mom. (subscriber access)
  • Mathein says Hartman can't fix the department he has broken
    Oneida County medical examiner Larry Mathein says it's time for a change in the county's sheriff's office and he has a blunt assessment of how that change should begin: by electing a new sheriff this year. (subscriber access)
  • Soglin says he's the only candidate who can stand up to GOP
    Madison mayor Paul Soglin says only one Democratic candidate for governor has got what it takes to lift up Wisconsin, bring down Scott Walker, and stand up to Donald Trump. (subscriber access)
  • Kelda Roys stresses women's advocacy, economic issues
    Former state Rep. Kelda Roys, one of the Democratic candidates for governor, is stressing a strong advocacy on behalf of women in her campaign, and she says she is also relentlessly focused on building a Wisconsin where everyone has the chance to succeed. (subscriber access)
  • Gardner says he's the alternative with experience
    Oneida County deputy Greg Gardner, who is challenging incumbent sheriff Grady Hartman in the Aug. 14 Republican primary, says people in the county are ready to change the direction of the sheriff's department, and he says one thing makes him the logical choice to do that: experience. (subscriber access)
  • Unity is a key theme for Josh Pade
    Democratic candidate for governor Josh Pade, a lawyer who grew up in Kenosha, is an underdog in the race, with even less name recognition than other candidates, but he believes his call to end political divisions in the state can bring him to the finish line in first place. (subscriber access)
  • McCabe seeks to put denim in the governor's office
    Mike McCabe likes to say he is as Wisconsin as it gets - farm raised, a boy milking cows and working the land with his family in Rock County and then in Clark County. (subscriber access)
  • Flynn stresses economy in Democratic gubernatorial bid
    Matt Flynn, the former chairman of the state Democratic Party, is the most controversial candidate in a crowded field for the Democratic nomination for governor, primarily because Women's March Wisconsin and some Democratic lawmakers have repeatedly asked him to drop out of the race for providing legal representation to the Milwaukee Archdiocese in priest abuse cases years ago. (subscriber access)
  • Evers doubles down on education theme
    Tony Evers, the state superintendent of education and the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for governor, has many advantages, including name recognition, but some observers say his position as the state's education chief poses the danger of making him look like a one-issue candidate. (subscriber access)
  • Hartman announces re-election campaign
    Oneida County sheriff Grady Hartman recently announced his bid for another term. (subscriber access)
  • Seidel, Richardson out in Woodruff
    Voters in the town of Woodruff on Tuesday selected two new town supervisors.

    Incumbents Barry Seidel, Jr. and Ed Richardson, each first elected to the town board in 2016, were defeated by Mike Doud and Ray Christenson. (subscriber access)
  • Wisconsin voters took a sharp turn to the left in Tuesday's election, electing the first non-incumbent liberal to the state Supreme Court in a generation and voting by a wide margin to keep the state treasurer's office, which conservatives wanted to abolish. (subscriber access)
  • The spring election for local races in the Lakeland Times coverage area is a relatively light one in 2018.
  • The spring election for local races in the Lakeland Times coverage area is a relatively light one in 2018.

  • The spring election for local races in the Lakeland Times coverage area is a relatively light one in 2018.

  • The spring election for local races in the Lakeland Times coverage area is a relatively light one in 2018.

  • Dallet makes campaign stop in Rhinelander
    On April 3, voters will be asked to choose the successor to retiring Justice Michael Gableman of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Either Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Rebecca Dallet or Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Michael Screnock will get the nod. (subscriber access)
  • A new Marquette Law School poll gives an early edge to businessman Kevin Nicholson in the contested Republican race for the U.S. Senate and to state superintendent Tony Evers in the congested Democratic primary for governor. (Subscriber Access)
  • The Arbor Vitae-Woodruff (AV-W) School Board heard from district administrator and curriculum director Jocelyn Smith on Monday, her presentation on how the board will be changed in the near future. (Subscriber Access)
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