Former governor Doyle to teach at UW next spring

Jim Doyle will teach class on politics of state policy issues

Former Gov. Jim Doyle will teach a class next spring at the University of Wisconsin's Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, the school announced last week.

Iowans consider 2016 Walker candidacy

Walker considering whether to run

High above downtown Des Moines, a group of young Republicans gathered over lunch for the monthly meeting of the "Bull Moose Club" spent an afternoon digesting the results of this month's election.

Walker, Burke make stops in La Crosse

Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke both made appearances Saturday in La Crosse during weekend campaigning that took them across the state.

Burke says win would mean rejection of extremism

Burke starts bus tour in Madison

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke says if she defeats Republican Gov. Scott Walker it will mean that voters have rejected what she called his "extreme agenda."

Parties compete for turnout in 'purple' counties

Governor candidates doing everything they can to appeal to voters

In the season of changing colors, campaigns are out on the ground, trying to take so-called "purple" counties in the state, and turn them red or blue.

Walker, Burke spar over Wisconsin's economy

State governor candidates spar over tax numbers, job creation in second debate in governor's race

Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke faced off in their second and final debate in Milwaukee Friday night.