The latest battle over the ideological balance of the Wisconsin Supreme Court plays out Tuesday in the Feb. 20 primary, where one of three candidates – an unabashed liberal lawyer, a liberal-leaning judge and a conservative, NRA-backed judge – will be eliminated. > Wisconsin State Journal
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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) — A woman was arrested Wednesday after allegedly throwing hot grease on another woman to burn her.
Newport News Police say they responded to the 3000 block of Madison Avenue around 8 p.m. 96 more words
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With the horrific event in Florida, 2018’s first 45 days have already seen 18 school shootings. If you read BlueWisconsin, we know you were unlikely to vote for… 29 more words
Sunday morning TV’s “UPFRONT with Mike Gousha” hosted the three candidates running in Tuesday’s primary for Wisconsin Supreme Court, asking them to share their views and values. 9 more words
On Feb. 20, Wisconsin voters will find three candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court on their primary ballots. One of them will succeed conservative Justice Michael Gableman, who’s opted not to run for a second 10-year term. > Wisconsin Gazette