Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Craig Gilbert

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Past articles by Craig:

High-growth areas in Wisconsin linked to rise in Democratic voting, U.S. census shows

The most important example of population growth giving an edge to Democrats is in Dane County. → Read More

Barrett would be latest in a series of Wisconsin political figures to serve as ambassadors

Other Wisconsin political figures named to ambassadorships in recent decades include two to the Czech Republic and one to Tanzania. → Read More

In new statewide Wisconsin poll, Sen. Ron Johnson's ratings grow more negative, while Gov. Evers' ratings remain steady

In the first Marquette University Law School poll since the election of Joe Biden, the president has a 49% approval rating and 46% disapproval. → Read More

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, Wisconsin's longest-serving member of Congress, won't seek re-election

U.S. Rep. Ron Kind of La Crosse will not seek re-election, according to multiple Democratic sources familiar with his plans. → Read More

Tammy Baldwin is a yes, Ron Johnson a no on $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package

The measure is aimed at shoring up and improving America’s roads, bridges, railways, water systems, and broadband internet. → Read More

Baldwin and Johnson bring forward four candidates to fill federal judgeship in Green Bay

The vacancy is the result of the retirement of William Griesbach, a federal judge in Green Bay. → Read More

Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson ends his objection to making Juneteenth a paid federal holiday

GOP Sen. Ron Johnson says he will drop his objection to making Juneteenth a federal holiday, since "there is no appetite in Congress" for further debate. → Read More

Ron Johnson still weighing whether to run for a third senate term next year, but says he's 'panicked' for the nation

For an hour Thursday, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson parried questions, offered opinions and ultimately gave away little on whether he'll run for re-election. → Read More

House votes to create bipartisan Jan. 6 commission, with all 5 Wisconsin Republican congressmen in opposition

House votes for independent Jan. 6 commission, with 35 Republicans breaking with GOP leaders and joining Democrats in support. All five House Republicans from Wisconsin voted no. → Read More

Two former congressmen from Wisconsin join group of disaffected Republicans unhappy with Trump Era GOP

Former Wisconsin congressmen Reid Ribble and Tom Petri join a group of disaffected Republicans who say they're unhappy with the direction of their party in the Trump Era and would consider creating a new one. → Read More

Wisconsin Republicans in Congress will vote to oust Liz Cheney from GOP leadership after her rebukes of Trump

That includes at least one lawmaker who publicly supported Cheney on a previous challenge to her leadership in February: Rep. Mike Gallagher of Green Bay. → Read More

Wisconsin will neither gain nor lose a US House seat in long-awaited reapportionment data

Census data puts Wisconsin population at almost 5.9 million residents, and means the state will continue to have eight US House seats and 10 Electoral College votes → Read More

Baldwin votes guilty, Johnson not guilty as Wisconsin's senators continue to be polar opposites on impeachment

At one point Saturday, Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson exchanged heated words with Utah Sen. Mitt Romney. → Read More

Former Wisconsin congressman Mark Green named head of the Wilson Center, a prominent global think tank

Green, 60, was a Republican member of the U.S. House from Green Bay for eight years, leaving to make an unsuccessful 2006 bid for governor. → Read More

Ron Johnson joins most of his GOP colleagues in opposing impeachment trial in Senate test vote

The GOP objections to holding a Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump fell short but showed Democrats are likely short of votes to convict him. → Read More

Republican Ron Johnson presides for the last time as Senate homeland security chair

After six years as chairman, Republican Ron Johnson of Wisconsin presided for the last time Wednesday over a meeting of the Senate’s homeland security committee. → Read More

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In House vote to impeach President Trump, Wisconsin lawmakers split by party. Here is what they said.

Wisconsin's eight U.S. House members split along party lines, with every Republican opposing Trump's impeachment and every Democrat supporting it. → Read More

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan will attend Biden inaugural

“The peaceful transition of power is a hallmark of American democracy, and that's why Speaker Ryan feels it is important to attend,” an aide said. → Read More

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan will attend Biden inaugural

“The peaceful transition of power is a hallmark of American democracy, and that's why Speaker Ryan feels it is important to attend,” an aide said. → Read More

Former House Speaker Paul Ryan will attend Biden inaugural

“The peaceful transition of power is a hallmark of American democracy, and that's why Speaker Ryan feels it is important to attend,” an aide said. → Read More