Ryan, Walker react to Trump victory

Ryan: Trump must bring country together

House Speaker Paul Ryan calls Donald Trump's win an "incredible victory" but work now must turn to "bringing the country together."

Judge agrees to pause campaign finance lawsuit

Judge issues order Thursday

A federal judge has agreed to temporarily put on hold a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's campaign coordination law and how it applies in cases involving political speech.

Walker, Burke target core supporters

Turnout expected to be key factor in Tuesday's election

Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are targeting supporters as the clock winds down to Tuesday's election.

Burke, supporters outspending Walker on TV ads

Numbers don't account for time reserved for final week of campaign

Democrat Mary Burke and her supporters continue to outspend Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his backers on television campaign commercials, based on the latest tally from the Center for Public Integrity.

Walker opponent stays away from investigation news

Burke limited comments Thursday to jobs numbers

After news broke that prosecutors saw Gov. Scott Walker as a key part of a nationwide criminal scheme to coordinate fundraising with conservative groups, his Democratic opponent said nothing.

Probes at home trip up potential 2016 candidates

Would-be presidential candidates dealing with controversies at home

They're two of the nation's highest-profile Republican governors, both with hopes for the White House in 2016. And in a midterm election year, when would-be presidential candidates like to showcase their accomplishments, they are instead dealing with controversies at home.

Former Assembly leader to make $94K at PSC

Suder resigned from Assembly in August

Former Wisconsin Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder is set to make $94,000 a year in his new job at the state Public Service Commission.

Wis. candidates got $758K from sand, gas industry

Contributions spiked in 2012 as sand mining took off

A new report says the sand mining and natural gas industries have given Wisconsin candidates nearly $758,000 dollars since 2007, with contributions spiking last year as sand mining took off in the state.

Selling of state property given green light

No current inventory of what the state owns

The Legislature's Republican-controlled budget committee has approved Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to allow for the sale of public properties including power plants, prisons, University of Wisconsin dormitories and highways.

Walker to headline Iowa GOP event

Governor says he's attending at Branstad's request

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will visit Iowa this week to deliver a speech that may bolster speculation that he will run for president in 2016.

Walker to unveil two-year budget plan

Walker to give speech to full legislature Wednesday

Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to deliver his two-year budget plan that will include an income tax cut, an expansion of private school vouchers and a tightening of Medicaid eligibility.