Wisconsin Democracy Campaign press releases since 1997. Press Releases All Years
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Mining project execs gave Walker $10,000
December 15, 2010

Reaction to loss of rail funds
December 10, 2010

Walker’s retiree parties, tax cuts may reward donor base
November 22, 2010

Scott Walker: Transportation chameleon
November 15, 2010

Legislative hopefuls rake in record cash
September 28, 2010

Special interests hedge bets in governor’s race
September 22, 2010

WDC testimony on judicial recusal
September 16, 2010

Candidates respond about ethics, other issues
August 24, 2010

Secretive smear groups get record cash from Wisconsin
August 17, 2010

WDC testimony on judicial discipline
August 5, 2010

Legislative races get record cash despite statewide contests
August 3, 2010

Fee speech advocates sue to block election spending disclosure
August 2, 2010

Candidates asked about ethics, other issues
July 22, 2010

2010 legislative campaign by the numbers
July 14, 2010

Legislators rely on special interests more than voters
June 16, 2010

70 fat cats gave 13% of campaign contributions
May 26, 2010

Legislation under the influence
May 10, 2010

Eleven donors exceeded contribution limit in 2009
April, 28, 2010

Flip-flops on DNR bill treated kindly by special interests
March 31, 2010

Will payday lender money blitz win out?
March 25, 2010

WDC statement on GAB action closing “issue ad” loophole
March 23, 2010

Shadow groups get record contributions from Wisconsin donors
March 8, 2010

Payday lender cash derails tough regulation
March 1, 2010

Assembly ban cut legislative fundraising in 2009
February 17, 2010

WDC Statement on U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission
January 21, 2010

Open memo to Senate on “issue ad” bill
January 15, 2010

WDC urges governor to sign Impartial Justice
November 19, 2009

WDC statement on passage of Impartial Justice
November 6, 2009

WDC testimony on changing judicial recusal rules
October 28, 2009

14 big donors exceeded contribution limit in 2008
October 15, 2009

WDC testimony at Assembly informational hearing on campaign finance reform
October 8, 2009

Payday lenders shell out record cash to kill regulation
September 9, 2009

WDC testimony on the Campaign Finance Information System (CFIS)
September 1, 2009

Doyle’s DNR flip-flop attuned with big contributors
September 1, 2009

Legislative fundraising plummets in first half of 2009
August 4, 2009

WDC joins 19 groups in filing Supreme Court brief in election spending case
August 3, 2009

Spending topped $2 million in spring Supreme Court race
July 21, 2009

President Obama pushed on campaign finance promises
July 14, 2009

Special interest sugar daddies buy elections
July 9, 2009

Legislative races cost record $20 million in ’08
June 22, 2009

Supreme Court ruling an important step in reform
June 8, 2009

Candidate finance reports still unavailable to public after four months
June 1, 2009

WDC testimony on impartial justice and electioneering disclosure bills
May 27, 2009

Groups send letter to committees on reform bills
May 26, 2009

Joint public hearing on reform to be held in Madison and Eau Claire on May 27
May 21, 2009

Smear groups spend nearly $1.3 Million in high court, school super races
April 28, 2009

Midwest reform groups urge President Obama to make elections about voters, not money
March 31, 2009

State’s sunshine laws lacking
March 18, 2009

New campaign finance reporting system shows erroneous reports for Doyle, others
March 4, 2009

WDC launches impartialjustice.org
February 9, 2009

New campaign finance reporting system hurting public access to accurate information
February 5, 2009

WDC statement on Assembly fundraising ban during the state budget process
February 4, 2009

Letter to Governor and Legislature calling for campaign finance reform
January 26, 2009

Smear groups set spending record in ’08 legislative races
December 17, 2008

Big win for reform: WDC statement on GAB’s new rules for issue ads
November 11, 2008

Majority of new Legislature on record in favor of reform
November 6, 2008

State donors give record $3 million-plus to shadow groups
October 28, 2008

Incumbents hunkering down in beds of cash
September 26, 2008

New guidelines help judicial candidates resist special interest pressures
September 19, 2008

Wealthy outsiders control legislators’ job security
September 18, 2008

Tobacco contributions no spit in the bucket
September 16, 2008

Is cash warming Doyle to nuclear option?
September 3, 2008

Memo to GAB on phony "issue ads"
September 2, 2008

Special interests conned public in high court races
August 20, 2008

Wisconsin donors slather 527 groups with cash
August 18, 2008

Candidates leave voters guessing on reform
August 14, 2008

Legislative hopefuls score record cash
August 13, 2008

Nasty Supreme Court race cost record $6 million
July 22, 2008

Big money flows to power
July 15, 2008

Ethics questionnaire sent to all legislative candidates
July 10, 2008

New guide brings redistricting out into the open
July 10, 2008

2008 legislative campaign by the numbers
July 9, 2008

Support for reform runs strong in Wisconsin
June 19, 2008

State donors pitch “527” groups record cash
May 29, 2008

New report documents special interest pressure on midwest courts
May 8, 2008

School voucher supporters top out-of-state givers
May 7, 2008

WDC ranks legislators on political reform
April 29, 2008

Two violate $10,000 contribution limit in 2007
April 16, 2008

Rescue high court, reform groups urge
April 9, 2008

Lawmakers told to keep working
March 13, 2008

WDC spoofs Schoolhouse Rock
March 4, 2008

Reform network releases presidential candidates’ final responses to political reform survey
February 28, 2008

People’s Legislature to hold March 13 ‘There’s Still Work to Do’ rally at Capitol
February 28, 2008

527 groups get record $1 million from Wisconsin
February 26, 2008

Legislators rustle record campaign contributions
February 20, 2008

Midwest Democracy Network calls on candidates to clarify positions on reform
February 19, 2008

Partisan special interests are big backers again in high court race
February 13, 2008

Testimony on special session legislation
February 12, 2008

Testimony on Clean Elections bill
January 29, 2008

Memo to the Government Accountability Board regarding expectations
January 28, 2008

Taking democracy’s temperature in the heartland
January 14, 2008

Testimony on budget fundraising ban
January 10, 2008

Bar set lower for bench
January 3, 2008

OSU study warns of problems with voter database
December 3, 2007

Only Edwards and Obama answer reform questions
November 27, 2007

Cable bill supporters got 12 times more than foes
November 9, 2007

WDC testimony to the Government Accountability Board
November 1, 2007

Students contribute $86,000+ to candidates
October 22, 2007

Outside money drowns out voters’ voices in legislative races
October 10, 2007

People’s Legislature ‘bangs the pan’ for reform
September 18, 2007

People’s Legislature to whip up storm Tuesday at Capitol
September 13, 2007

Midwest Democracy Network questions presidential candidates on reform issues
September 11, 2007

Doyle state’s top political tourist attraction
August 20, 2007

Digital TV rules lack public benefit
August 15, 2007

Legislators, gov use state budget to milk $2 million from special interests
August 13, 2007

Health care reform opponents hold $7 to $1 edge in contributions
July 30, 2007

High court race cost record $5.8 million
July 23, 2007

Special interests deny treatment to ailing health care
July 23, 2007

27 violated contribution limit in 2006
June 26, 2007

Statement on Supreme Court’s McCain-Feingold ruling
June 25, 2007

Frankenstein veto testimony (pdf file)
June 18, 2007

Midwest reform groups challenge FCC, Congress
June 12, 2007

Age-old rivalry is a no-contest match
May 29, 2007

$6 million Wisconsin Supreme Court race is part of a disturbing national trend
May 17, 2007

Citizens demonstrate for judicial ethics
May 7, 2007

WDC testimony on campaign finance reform
April 10, 2007

WDC requests ethics probe of Supreme Court candidate
March 19, 2007

Support reveals nonpartisan farce of high court race
March 13, 2007

Lt. governor to kick off dialogue on women, money and politics at UW-Oshkosh
March 6, 2007

Court candidate violates contribution limit
March 5, 2007

Special interests spent $19 million on electioneering
February 21, 2007

Brennan Center finds Wisconsin campaign finance laws lacking
February 20, 2007

AG race cost $8.3 million
February 8, 2007

The cost of ugly: $32 million
February 6, 2007

WDC statement on passage of ethics reform bill
January 30, 2007

WDC testimony on January 2007 Special Session Assembly Bill 1
January 16, 2007

WDC statement on latest ethics reform proposal
January 11, 2007

Bipartisan agreement reached on ethics reform
December 14, 2006

Local TV feeds viewers 2.5 times more ads than news
November 21, 2006

No more excuses! Ethics reform has enough votes
November 15, 2006

Shadow groups send another $705,000 to pro-Doyle issue ad group
October 24, 2006

Diocese pro-referendum flier violates state law
October 17, 2006

Election coverage accounts for 36 seconds of typical 30-minute local TV newscast
October 12, 2006

WDC files FEC complaint against Green
September 27, 2006

Legislative candidates amass record war chests
September 18, 2006

Landmark survey of public attitudes shows distrust of government, faith in reform
September 14, 2006

Testimony at town meeting on the future of media
September 11, 2006

WDC’s testimony on Green’s PAC money
September 1, 2006

Elections Board decision on Green’s PAC contributions
August 30, 2006

Groups call for all three candidates in debates
August 22, 2006

Green’s PAC money violates state campaign laws in more ways than one
August 22, 2006

Ethics survey reopened for late responses
August 21, 2006

Legislators favor campaign contributors over safe water
August 10, 2006

Legislative fundraising = bid-ness as usual
August 7, 2006

Candidates for legislature and statewide offices respond to questionnaire
August 1, 2006

WDC asks AG for opinion on voter privacy law
July 31, 2006

Governor candidates lean heavily on few big donors
July 27, 2006

WDC memo to Elections Board on Green PAC money
July 24, 2006

Wisconsin contributions to ‘527’ groups hit $1.1 million
July 20, 2006

Guv’s out-of-state contributions top $1 million
July 18, 2006

2006 legislative campaign by the numbers
July 13, 2006

Questionnaire for fall 2006 government ethics voter guide
July 12, 2006

Legislators glad handing outside special interests
July 5, 2006

Groups urge TV stations to stand tall on election and public affairs coverage
June 29, 2006

WDC opposes gay marriage amendment
June 21, 2006

Candidates working the fat cats
June 15, 2006

Doyle got $10,000 from lawyers of indicted firm
May 30, 2006

Twelve violate contribution limit in 2005
May 11, 2006

Governor urged to call special session on ethics reform
May 5, 2006

Governors associations playing money laundering role in ’06 Wisconsin race
April 20, 2006

Green repeatedly voted to weaken ethics rules
April 12, 2006

Tech companies at the trough
March 27, 2006

Wisconsin cash to 527 groups topped $600K in ’05
March 23, 2006

Legislators ramped up cash grab in ’05
February 21, 2006

Docks unlimited
January 30, 2006

WDC testimony on Senate Bill 1
January 25, 2006

‘Public Telling’ draws overflow crowd
January 23, 2006

People’s Legislature to hold ‘Public Telling’
January 6, 2006

Contributions recharge nuke plant sale
December 6, 2005

Shady donors funnel money to Wisconsin governor candidates
November 28, 2005

Feingold receives ‘Mr. Smith Award’
November 22, 2005

Green keeps greenbacks out of voters’ view
November 2, 2005

Media reform coalition challenges Milwaukee TV stations’ licenses
November 1, 2005

People’s Legislature to Lobbyists’ Legislature: Sweep it clean
October 27, 2005

People’s Legislature to meet Lobbyists’ Legislature October 27
October 24, 2005

Three already violate annual contribution limit
October 17, 2005

Doyle tapping special interests far and wide
October 12, 2005

Communities losing to big contributors
August 4, 2005

Legislative leaders continue to milk budget cash cow
August 1, 2005

One person, one vote, no voice
July 26, 2005

Playing the taxpayers for fools
May 25, 2005

Contribution limit violations plummet
April 27, 2005

Environmental deregulation littered with big money
April 12, 2005

State donors give $24 million to federal campaigns
March 28, 2005

‘Have-Mores’ clean up at corporate welfare trough
March 16, 2005

31 groups back reform agenda
February 22, 2005

Special interest campaigning reaches new peak
February 21, 2005

Campaign fundraising, spending smash records
February 14, 2005

Legislative leaders milk special interests for record cash
February 8, 2005

WDC to co-sponsor Student Dialogue for Democracy
January 31, 2005

Democracy Campaign to air TV ad
January 24, 2005

New reform bill keeps soft money loophole
January 10, 2005

People’s Legislature draws more than 1,100
January 6, 2005

WDC files lawsuit challenging Accenture contract
January 3, 2005

‘People’s Legislature’ to meet January 4
December 16, 2004

Utility projects fire up contributions to Doyle
November 18, 2004

WDC proposes reform agenda
November 9, 2004

State donors give record sums to federal campaigns
October 27, 2004

9 get Nero Award for blocking reform
October 19, 2004

Challengers face uphill fight
September 27, 2004

Fat cats dominate list of state donors to 527s
September 8, 2004

WDC calls for new vote on disclosure rule
September 2, 2004

Public let down again
September 1, 2004

State contributions to ’shadow parties’ top $1M
August 25, 2004

Taxpayers fleeced as big donors get privatization deal
August 18, 2004

Legislative fundraising up 55%
August 2, 2004

2 million voters face no-choice election
July 8, 2004

State’s fat cats open checkbooks to ‘shadow parties’
July 6, 2004

Elections Board buys time on issue ad disclosure rule
May 19, 2004

Contributions from groups with a stake in TABOR
May 6, 2004

Gard sets record for out-of-district contributions
April 20, 2004

Special interest group donations more hidden than disclosed
April 5, 2004

Four violate contribution limits in 2003
March 24, 2004

Casino, loan shark money flows to Doyle
March 17, 2004

Check-bundling hides special interest clout
March 8, 2004

WDC statement on new campaign reform bill
March 3, 2004

Money shouts at Capitol
February 23, 2004

Rich get richer
February 18, 2004

Class war chests
January 26, 2004

Contributions from “Job Creation” bill supporters
January 12, 2004

Doyle dithers on reform
December 15, 2003

Statement on US Supreme Court’s campaign finance ruling
December 11, 2003

Elections board does it again -- nothing
December 10, 2003

State elections board to act on WDC complaints against Doyle, Gard
December 9, 2003

Public suppression act of 2003
November 12, 2003

Cash and carry lawmaking: Legislature’s fall agenda heavy on favors for big donors
November 3, 2003

WDC files complaints against Doyle, Gard for illegal donations
October 14, 2003

“Buy-Partisan” politics: Bet hedging by big donors
October 1, 2003

WDC hangs out capitol’s dirty laundry
September 22, 2003

Wisconsin gets a lackluster grade for campaign finance disclosure
September 17, 2003

WDC renews media campaign for reform
September 15, 2003

4 Get ‘Nero Award’ for blocking reform
September 10, 2003

A ‘3-lie budget’: Graft tax up to $1,358 per taxpayer
August 11, 2003

Special interests lubricate political machinery
August 5, 2003

Do-nothing Elections Board does little
July 30, 2003

Donors, ex-governor face nearly $317,000 in fines
July 29, 2003

TV industry profiteering on democracy
July 23, 2003

Feds investigating Wisconsin money laundering
July 8, 2003

State budget amounts to ‘fiscal feudalism’
June 18, 2003

Out-of-state contributions hit record high
June 2, 2003

WDC files 43 complaints against fat cats
May 13, 2003

Budget writers take $3 million from special interests
April 21, 2003

Graft tax scorecard
April 3, 2003

WDC endorses new impartial justice bill
April 2, 2003

‘Graft tax’ grows to over $1,300 per taxpayer
March 19, 2003

WDC memo concerning Voter ID Bill
March 13, 2003

Big spenders rule legislative races
February 24, 2003

WDC testimony on Ellis-Erpenbach Bill
February 12, 2003

Governor’s race cost $23 million
February 6, 2003

Academic study shows link between campaign donations and state contracts
February 4, 2003

WDC launches media campaign for reform
January 31, 2003

Madison TV aired hours of political ads, little news
January 28, 2003

Groups urge new governor and legislature to take action on reform
January 15, 2003

Each taxpayer pays $1,200 ‘graft tax’ to keep big donors happy
January 13, 2003

Federal judge strikes down campaign reform law as expected
December 12, 2002

Election turns on a dime
November 13, 2002

36,000 campaign ads aired at cost of $12.8 million
November 12, 2002

WDC grades candidates on disclosure
October 28, 2002

24,000 doses of poison
October 22, 2002

Special session must address root causes of corruption
October 21, 2002

TV political ad frenzy kicks into high gear
October 3, 2002

WDC to broadcasters: Let ’em all debate
September 19, 2002

Odds worsen for challengers
September 17, 2002

TV political ad spending on record pace
September 16, 2002

52 Candidates pledge ‘Clean Sweep’, most incumbents take the fifth
August 14, 2002

Governor candidates woo elite, not grassroots support
August 7, 2002

Legislative officeholders have 14-1 cash edge on challengers
August 1, 2002

Candidates asked to pledge ‘clean sweep’ of capitol
July 29, 2002

WDC urges partial veto of campaign reform plan
July 12, 2002

Number of unopposed candidates skyrockets
July 10, 2002

Budget bill is special interest protection plan
July 9, 2002

Budget deal includes campaign reform
July 3, 2002

Testimony before judiciary committee
July 3, 2002

Testimony before governor’s task force on ethics
June 25, 2002

McCain, Feingold unveil free air time proposal
June 19, 2002

Doyle spin on vitamin grants unconvincing
June 17, 2002

Doyle’s grants-for-cash warrant investigation
June 12, 2002

Skindrud’s caucus comments expose hypocrisy
June 12, 2002

Public supports free air time, new poll shows
June 11, 2002

WDC hands out ‘Nero Awards’
June 4, 2002

WDC wins new rule on campaign disclosure
May 22, 2002

Freese rant draws WDC response
May 16, 2002

WDC responds to latest reform proposal
May 15, 2002

WDC grades officials on disclosure
May 13, 2002

WDC rips legislature for caucus legal fee cover-up
May 7, 2002

State free air time coalition grows, sixteen groups join
May 2, 2002

Nineteen wealthy contributors violate campaign finance laws
April 30, 2002

State budget repair bill is big-donor protection plan
April 22, 2002

McCallum’s new inner circle fails ethical smell test
April 18, 2002

Campaign finance reform in budget repair bill
April 17, 2002

McCallum throws cold water on reform talks
April 5, 2002

WDC joins national campaign for free candidate air time
April 1, 2002

Flagging poll numbers prompt call for special session on campaign finance reform
March 21, 2002

Governor urged to call special session on campaign finance reform
March 13, 2002

Legislature needs to work overtime on campaign finance reform
March 13, 2002

Reports reveal paper-thin public support for candidates
March 5, 2002

Campaign donors undaunted by terrorism
February 25, 2002

Campaign war chests bursting
February 19, 2002

TV gouges democracy in Wisconsin
February 7, 2002

Governor obstructs reform
February 5, 2002

Open letter to governor on Senate Bill 104
February 1, 2002

Small change buys big change
January 7, 2002

Testimony in favor of eliminating shakedowns in the statehouse
December 20, 2001

McCallum ducks, Doyle dodges on campaign reform
December 12, 2001

WDC calls for elections board overhaul
December 3, 2001

WDC calls the question on reform bill
November 27, 2001

Top state politicans earn poor marks for shabby disclosure
November 5, 2001

Doyle should challenge caucus legal fees
November 1, 2001

Joint Finance urged to use caucus money for Ellis-George reform bill
October 23, 2001

Lobbyist’s pay-to-play memo prophetic, analysis shows
October 15, 2001

Agreement reached to eliminate caucuses
October 12, 2001

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign statement on possible caucus settlement
October 11, 2001

Legislators add insult to injury in caucus scandal
October 3, 2001

Six well-heeled contributors violate campaign finance laws
September 26, 2001

Hey, Bidder, Bidder: Budget on the Auction Block
September 24, 2001

Reform groups ask Chvala to allow vote on Ellis-George campaign finance reform compromise
September 10, 2001

Blown save: Governor misses opportunity to side with public on scandal-plagued caucuses
August 29, 2001

Democracy Campaign accuses parties of breaking campaign laws
August 9, 2001

Budget becomes campaign cash cow as lawmakers milk special interests for $1.6 million
August 2, 2001

Reform groups urge McCallum to veto funding for legislative caucuses
August 2, 2001

Reform groups file complaint over caucus scandal
June 6, 2001

WDC calls on Ethics and Elections Boards to investigate legislative caucus scandal
May 23, 2001

State lawmakers to voters: Save your breath - Legislature spends first 100 Days in a stall on Campaign Reform
May 9, 2001

Welfare for incumbents turns legislature into ‘gated community’
May 2, 2001

Budget writers accept over $2 million from special interests
April 23, 2001

61 Deep Pockets Give 11% Of State Campaign Cash
April 9, 2001

Special interest spending on state school chief race smashes old record
March 29, 2001

Tight budget still laced with special interest goodies
March 26, 2001

Mathematically eliminated
March 5, 2001

McCallum asked for campaign reform pledge
February 28, 2001

WDC applauds bipartisan group’s campaign finance reform initiative
February 13, 2001

Candidate, special interest spending soars in 2000
February 8, 2001

Green blizzard strikes McCallum Campaign Fund
February 6, 2001

Little air time for candidates at WTMJ-Milwaukee
February 5, 2001

Special interests realize 33,000% gain on campaign contributions
January 17, 2001

Local TV responds to Alliance challenge
December 11, 2000

Republican candidate’s spending brings 10th Senate District tally to over $1.6 Million
November 5, 2000

Legislative candidate spending soars over ’98
November 2, 2000

Ad frenzy in 10th Senate District
October 31, 2000

Candidates rake in outside money
October 27, 2000

Legal Laundering -- Part II
October 17, 2000

Momentum for TV air time builds as WDJT Milwaukee (CBS) joins effort
October 9, 2000

Green Bay CBS affiliate agrees to air nightly issue forums
September 29, 2000

Rent-to-own contributions jump amid try for consumer protection exemption
September 25, 2000

Citizens can talk back to local television stations
September 14, 2000

Fundraising up 60%, incumbent warchests overflowing
September 14, 2000

WISN agrees to Alliance’s political airtime proposal
September 7, 2000

Special interests snub law
August 30, 2000

Candidates fail to disclose big donors
August 23, 2000

Pharmaceutical donations up 20%; lobbying up 78%
August 10, 2000

Take the money and run: Incumbents hold 14-1 fund raising advantage
July 27, 2000

Voters First initiative
July 5, 2000

TV can only spare a half-a-minute for candidate coverage
June 13, 2000

Final Grades for year 2000 in for governor and legislature
May 9, 2000

Payday loan industry major source of out of state funds
May 1, 2000

Local TV shunned April elections, Alliance For Better Campaigns Project study shows
April 19, 2000

Modern carpetbaggers
March 27, 2000

Lawmakers ignore disclosure law on hundreds of large contributions
March 6, 2000

Gasoline retailer violates campaign contribution limits
February 17, 2000

Bankers collect interest after big deposit
February 15, 2000

The campaign arms race intensifies
February 7, 2000

The governor’s big money day
February 3, 2000

WDC joins Alliance for Better Campaigns Project
January 24, 2000

Your check-mark can send a strong message
January 11, 2000

Wisconsin ranks 35th in disclosure of money in politics
December 13, 1999

5 local government associations ally for campaign finance reform
December 8, 1999

Legal Laundering
November 18, 1999

Lawmakers don’t make grade on campaign finance reform
November 15, 1999

Lawmakers working on their budgets instead of your budget!
September 23, 1999

Senate Dems and Assembly GOP set pace in money chase
September 7, 1999

Income tax checkoff for campaign financing up again
August 12, 1999

Construction firm receives no-bid contract 2 weeks before executives give $37,000
July 30, 1999

Campaign reform funding survives budget process
July 14, 1999

Assembly Republicans up ante to kill campaign reform
June 22, 1999

Assembly Republicans “Standing in Schoolhouse Door” cut reform funding
June 17, 1999

Nursing home industry contributions distort state long term care policy
May 29, 1999

Candidate “self-financing” growing, adding to cost of political campaigns
May 18, 1999

Special interest contributions to members of the joint finance committee
April 27, 1999

Budget writers approve $750,000 for campaign finance reform
April 29, 1999

DLCC uses shell game, allows corporate money to flow into Wisconsin legislative races
March 31, 1999

Governor Thompson spent $6.72 for each vote he received in 1998.
February 3, 1999

27th senate district home to three spending records
February 2, 1999

Small portion of tobacco settlement could pay for all of campaign finance reform
January 26, 1999

WMC spent $414,979 on phony “issue ads” in ’98
January 6, 1999

Special interests are making their lists and checking them twice
December 22, 1998

Election ’98: What happened and why
November 4, 1998

Legislative challengers in big financial hole
July 27, 1998

Campaign reformers chide Thompson campaign for inaccessibility of information in finance reports
July 24, 1998

The spring special election in the 28th Senate District set a new record for total spending
May 8, 1998

Buy a house? Realtors show political savvy with contributions/lobbying
April 13, 1998

Incumbent war chests bulge to $4.4 million
February 10, 1998

Road builders draw map of political influence
July 7, 1997

State candidates dug deep into own pockets to run in 1996
February 7, 1997