JoAnne Kloppenburg News
Wisconsin Election Results: Conservative David Prosser Retakes Lead in Supreme Court Race
Recount Likely; Vote Seen as Referendum on Union Opponent Governor Scott Walker
The Note: Getting To ‘Yes’: Just Hours To Go To Head Off A Shutdown
It’s officially crunch time for negotiators from both parties on each end of Pennsylvania Avenue. With time running out to avert a government shutdown the two sides appear to be squabbling over a tiny portion of the budget.
The Note: Deal Or No Deal? Shutdown Showdown Comes Down To The Wire
With a little more than a day to go to avert a government shutdown, both sides are still at loggerheads on a bill to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year. Negotiators worked through the night and President Obama said that a 90-minute Oval Office meeting with House Speaker John ...
Conservative Justice David Prosser May Lose Wisconsin Supreme Court Seat: What Can a Down-to-the-Wire State Supreme Court Race in Wisconsin Tell Us About 2012?
ABC’s Amy Walter and Chris Bury report: Assistant state attorney general JoAnne Kloppenburg—backed by liberals—holds a paper thin lead of fewer than 300 votes over state supreme court justice David Prosser, a conservative, in the non-partisan race. The margin is...
The Note: Race Is On: Obama Re-Election Announcement Offers First Glimpse At Democrats’ 2012 Campaign
Declaring that he remains “focused on the job you elected me to do,” President Barack Obama announced in an email message to supporters this morning that he was unveiling his 2012 re-election campaign.