An Ohio Republican Party (ORP) mailer received today credited incumbent legislator Stephanie Kunze with “fighting for local control of our schools,” but avoided the issue of Common Core.
Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock’s Communications Director Dave Parker threatened the state’s largest newspaper yesterday after the governor’s plans to announce $45 million in infrastructure spending in Eastern Montana were leaked to the press prior to the governor’s office sending out an official press release.
Pennsylvania’s largest teacher union has just organized the state’s largest charter school.
Today I discussed the Ohio General Assembly’s refusal to stop Common Core or enact workplace freedom, as well as its support for increased public works debt, with Brian Thomas on the 55KRC morning show.
U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black ruled earlier this week that Ohio must recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states, asserting there is “no rational basis” for defining marriage as between one man and one woman.
About three dozen Members of the Big Sky Tea Party Association marched to Montana Office of Political Practices yesterday to present a petition to Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl demanding that he take steps to ensure fairness in how the office enforces campaign laws.
A leftwing group that never disclosed its spending in a special election has been slapped with a fine by the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.
As Dem gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke denies her role in outsourcing at her family’s business, one insider confirms her involvement.
According to BLS data, in Burke’s final four quarters as commerce secretary Wisconsin, employment grew at a paltry 0.2% as compared to Walker’s 1.2% over the most recently available four quarters.
Montana House candidate Al Olszewski claims he has not flip-flopped Medicaid expansion.