"But I didn't run to make history," she said. "I ran to make a difference."
Tommy Thompson took a page from Mitt Romney in his second debate with Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin race for U.S. Senate, jumping in, interrupting, even scoffing as Tammy Baldwin talked in her soft-spoken, detailed way.
Gov. Thompson gave GM millions, even as it was planning to ship Wisconsin jobs to Mexico.
Karl Rove’s attack ads have taken a toll on Tammy Baldwin’s chances against Tommy Thompson.
The Wisconsin race may determine control of the U.S. Senate.
Today, video of Thompson's son, Jason, making comments about sending President Obama "back to Kenya" is going viral.
Update: Tommy Thompson raised $3.6 million to Tammy's $4.6 million for the third-quarter reporting period. By Ruth Conniff
His Crossroads GPS is running a misleading commercial against Baldwin in her Senate race against Tommy Thompson. By Ruth Conniff
Progressive Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin and former Governor Tommy Thompson had their first debate on Friday night, September 28, in a tight race that could determine which party controls the Senate.
“Who better than me?” Thompson told a Tea Party crowd, after bragging about “finishing off” welfare.
His political director sends out a video of her dancing at a gay pride rally and mocks her “heartland values.”
When Tommy saw John Nichols of the Madison Capital Times and The Nation, he said, “How the hell did you get in here?”
Tommy's win shows that the coalition of big money and radical rightwing politicians is not invincible.
Wisconsin Republican Senate candidates Eric Hovde and Tommy Thompson are denouncing government spending on the campaign trail. But a close look at their personal fortunes reveal the two have greatly benefitted from—wait for it—government contracts.