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U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is ready for a re-election fight. Vowing to battle special interests and work for Wisconsinites, Baldwin laid out some of  the broad themes of her campaign during a speech Saturday night at the Democratic Party Founders Day dinner in Milwaukee. “Across the state, we have seen how special interests work to […]

ALTOONA — Wisconsin and the federal government should do more to support small-business creation, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin said Tuesday during a stop at the Altoona fire station. Baldwin, a first-term Democrat up for re-election this fall, spent the first part of her visit meeting with local fire Capt. Jeff Dykes, founder and owner of […]

NEILLSVILLE – Local dairy farmers discussed overproduction, pricing issues, labor problems and trade issues as part of a dairy farmers roundtable discussion on Wednesday in Neillsville. U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin met with a small group of roughly a dozen local farmers to hear about a variety of issues plaguing dairy farmers at American Legion Post 73 on […]

So far, outside conservative groups have spent $8.5 million against Baldwin. That’s in an election cycle that has barely begun. The GOP makes no bones about wanting to make an example of Baldwin. “A lot of people within the party feel: Why is Tammy Baldwin representing us when we’ve got Scott Walker, Ron Johnson, and Paul Ryan?” one […]

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin said in a statement that Russian President Vladimir Putin “directed an attack on our democracy.” She said Congress should pass legislation to offer federal cyber-security grants to state election agencies. “This cannot be dismissed or ignored,” Baldwin said. “It’s time for the president and Congress to act on legislation that I support to combat […]

Baldwin is uniquely situated to talk about the health care debate: She endured a three-month hospital stay when she was 9 years old and has been labeled with a preexisting condition ever since. With the Trump administration waging a quiet campaign to bring back preexisting conditions— even though the ACA’s effort to eliminate such discrimination is […]

Since last year, the political network financed by billionaire industrialists Charles and David Koch has spent more than $5 million taking on Baldwin. And groups backed by Richard Uihlein, a Lake Forest, Ill., businessman who co-owns Pleasant Prairie-based Uline Corp., have put more than $4 million into the race. Uihlein supports Republican Kevin Nicholson. Baldwin’s response? “These out-of-state billionaires think they own […]

For Baldwin to win, she’ll need people like Bob Brockway to vote for her. A 77-year-old retired truck driver living in Montello, Wisconsin, who calls himself an independent, Brockway voted for Baldwin in 2012, went for Trump in 2016, and intends to vote for Baldwin again this year. Brockway got to know Baldwin several years […]

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin opened the doors to her new campaign office right here in Milwaukee on March 3. Located on the north side at 5040 W. North Ave., this office will give Baldwin supporters a place to go that’s close to home. Mayor Tom Barrett was in attendance along with special guest speaker Senator Cory Booker, who are both […]

Disabled American Veterans recognized outstanding veterans Feb. 15 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., was among the recipients of the honor. Baldwin received the “Outstanding Senate Legislator of the Year” award for her work to combat the opioid epidemic among veterans and service members. According to the DAV, Baldwin has demonstrated strong leadership and […]