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The "openly black" congresswoman talked politics and pretended to ride motorcycles with the comedic talk show host Wednesday night.
Janet Hinz, an adjunct college instructor, will run against Dan Sebring in a Republican primary battle to challenge Democratic incumbent Gwen Moore, who now represents Shorewood.
Speculation aside, Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist lays out his argument for Gov. Scott Walker being a top-tier candidate for Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
In a close contest, incumbent Patrick Linnane and newcomer Tammy Bockhorst edged out challenger Paul Zovic Tuesday night, taking two seats on the Shorewood Village Board.
Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
What you need to know — from polling locations to sample ballots — before hitting the voting booth on Tuesday.
A look at this week's local events and news.
What you need to know — from polling locations to sample ballots — before hitting the voting booth on April 2.
Friday is the last day for residents to vote early in-person for Tuesday's election and clerks' offices across the state, including Shorewood's, are required to be open.
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