Gov. Tony Evers says he's offering "no advice" to Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer, who is considering calling for a recount after coming up about 6,000 votes short of Brian Hagedorn.
By SCOTT BAUER Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Brian Hagedorn’s strong showing in Wisconsin’s Supreme Court race cheered state Republicans on Wednesday, giving them their first encouraging result in a statewide election since 2016 and reasons for optimism next year in this presidential battleground. Hagedorn led the liberal-backed Lisa Neubauer by 5,962 votes — […]
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer isn't conceding or saying whether she will seek a recount, despite being down by nearly 6,000 votes based on unofficial results.
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court race being decided Tuesday won't result in an immediate change in the partisan leanings of the court, but the stakes were high for both sides because it could make it possible for liberals to win control next year.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court race to be decided Tuesday won't have an immediate impact on majority control of the state's highest court, but it could put liberals in position to take control in 2020 by a court that has long been marked by partisan leanings.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer fared better than her opponent, Brian Hagedorn, in a survey of Milwaukee Bar Association members.
Ed Fallone, a Marquette University Law School professor who unsuccessfully ran for the Wisconsin Supreme Court in 2013, announced on Wednesday that he will try again in 2020, when the control of the court could be at stake.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn accused his opponent Lisa Neubauer of lying, misleading voters and maligning him over his personal beliefs during a spirited final debate on Tuesday one week before the election on April 2. Neubauer said she was presenting facts.
A Republican group announced on Tuesday it is starting a seven-figure ad buy a week before the April 2 election to boost Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Brian Hagedorn in his race against Lisa Neubauer.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer are defending their past actions that have become fodder for criticism during the campaign.
Just four days after the candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court face off at the State Bar Center in Madison, they will debate each other again, this time in Milwaukee.
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