How Ron’s campaign used data to beat Senator Feingold

From Roll Call: The Wisconsin Senate race was an afterthought in mid-September: Polls showed Republican Sen. Ron Johnson trailing, while both parties scrambled to pour money in states they considered more competitive. But to top officials in Johnson’s campaign, the middle of September is exactly when they became convinced they would win — thanks in…

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Janesville Gazette: Return Johnson to the Senate

From the Janesville Gazette: Perhaps because Sen. Ron Johnson began his career in manufacturing instead of law school, he doesn’t come across as an incumbent having spent the last six years in Washington. Johnson still exhibits an outsider mentality and is willing to point out uncomfortable truths to his colleagues. One of those truths is…

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Senator Feingold’s bundled lobbyist contributions top $700,000

From the Washington Free Beacon: Russ Feingold, the Democratic senate candidate challenging Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson (R.), has accepted $700,000 in contributions bundled by lobbyists this election cycle. Recent documents filed with the Federal Election Commission by Feingold’s campaign committee show that the former Wisconsin senator has added another $210,000 in bundled lobbyist contributions since the beginning…

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Senator Feingold’s State Department email scandal

From Politico: In Wisconsin, the NRSC and GOP Sen. Ron Johnson have pushed for all of Feingold’s emails from his time working as the StateDepartment‘s special envoy for the African Great Lakes region and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Republicans have charged that Feingold began planning his Senate bid while still on the government…

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Joseph Project graduate: “Having a job means that I have a future!”

From the Milwaukee Biz Times: The project name comes from Robert L. Woodson Sr.’s 1997 book, “The Triumphs of Joseph” which outlines how sustainable inner-city renewal comes from those in the community – free of government interference. This initiative emerged from discussions Owens, who at the time was director of African-American engagement for the Republican…

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Ron is “going to go to bat for the farmers”

From the Cap Times: Voters were fed up with the political establishment and looking for a change. They wanted an outsider, someone whose name they hadn’t heard a million times before, someone not entrenched in the Washington bureaucracy. Their call was answered by a wealthy businessman whose frustration with the government matched their own, who…

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Ron Johnson’s comeback in Wisconsin

Ron Johnson has made a comeback as the race heads into the final stretch of the campaign, with polls showing the race to be a dead heat and Paul Ryan giving another boost to Ron’s already strong campaign. From the National Review: A handful of recent polls show Johnson mounting a breathtaking last-minute comeback: The latest…

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Ron Johnson: I’m a problem-solver committed to economic growth

From the Cap Times: It’s time to rethink our approach to helping people in need and local communities that are struggling. Wisconsin is full of good people who are giving everything they have to succeed, but who have been let down by failed government policies and regulations that hamper job creation and economic opportunity. Hardworking…

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