Craig Gilbert, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Craig Gilbert

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Washington, DC, United States

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  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • USA TODAY
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  • Detroit Free Press
  • North Jersey News
  • The Des Moines Register
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • WZZM 13 On Your Side
  • 10 News Tampa Bay
  • 12 News
  • KHOU
  • KARE 11
  • WLTX
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Recent articles by Craig:

Biden won Wisconsin by about 20,600 votes, according to official tally; recount possible

Joe Biden slightly widened his small lead in Wisconsin, according to the final tallies counties submitted to the state on Tuesday. → Read More

AP declares Biden winner in Wisconsin with 20,000 vote margin

The Associated Press declared Democrat Joe Biden the winner in Wisconsin Wednesday, after the state once again went down to the wire. → Read More

Late Milwaukee votes give Biden a boost in Wisconsin but there's still more to be counted

Trump did worse in much of Milwaukee and Madison than he did four years ago, but did a little better in much of northern and central Wisconsin. → Read More

Pandemic is top election issue for Wisconsin voters; majority say country heading in wrong direction

In a survey of Wisconsin voters, six in 10 say the pandemic is "not at all under control" and almost half cite it as the top election issue. → Read More

Election 2020: All eyes will be on these 6 states on Election Day. Here's what we know.

Here's what we know about the state of the presidential race in the six battleground states expected to decide Tuesday's election. → Read More

Biden holds overall lead in Wisconsin, with big edge among early voters, in new UW poll

A new poll by the University of Wisconsin shows Biden with a big edge among those who have already voted. Trump lead among those who have yet to vote. → Read More

Wisconsin vote tops the million mark, two weeks before Election Day

The places with the highest rates of absentee voting overall lean Democratic, but the places with the highest rates of in-person early voting lean Republican. → Read More

Trump and Biden need to win Wisconsin. The swing state could be 2020 election 'tipping point'

The battle over blue-collar "tipping point" Wisconsin features a growing COVID-19 caseload, turmoil in Kenosha, a polarized electorate, and a history of jump-ball elections → Read More

Biden maintains lead over Trump in Wisconsin and two other northern battlegrounds in UW poll

Joe Biden holds “persistent but surmountable” leads over Donald Trump in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan in a new poll by UW-Madison → Read More

A GOP colleague questions Sen. Ron Johnson's investigation of Joe Biden

As Sen. Ron Johnson gets ready to release an investigative report on Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, steps up his criticisms of probe, calling it political. → Read More

Biden leads Trump 47% to 43% in new Wisconsin poll by Marquette Law School

Biden had led by 5 points among likely voters when Marquette last polled in early August, so the new poll shows little change in the race. → Read More

Five takeaways from a Kenosha visit by Joe Biden that was nothing like Donald Trump's

Back to back visits to the same Wisconsin city of Kenosha by Joe Biden and Donald Trump provided a dramatic political contrast in style and substance. → Read More

Five takeaways from a peaceful (and highly political) visit to Kenosha by President Donald Trump

A look at the takeaways from a presidential visit to embattled Kenosha that was embraced by Republicans and decried by Democrats. → Read More

'It's going to be a Hollywood production spliced together': Get ready for Milwaukee's unconventional 2020 DNC

There'll be no delegates in Milwaukee, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden will speak from Delaware and the roll call of states will be live and taped. → Read More

The big demographic divide between red and blue Wisconsin

The two parties' conventions are likely to reflect the big demographic differences in Wisconsin and other states between Democratic and Republican voters. → Read More

Biden is winning the young and the old in Wisconsin. Trump is winning the middle-aged.

Despite the stereotype that Donald Trump’s political base is “old,” the president has drawn negative ratings from seniors in Wisconsin throughout his term. → Read More

Biden doesn't inspire enthusiasm, but his voters are motivated by one goal: Getting rid of Trump

Polls show Trump voters are more excited about Trump than Biden voters are about Biden. But Biden voters appear just as enthusiastic about voting, because for them, the election is about beating Trump. → Read More

Sen. Ron Johnson proposes dropping Columbus Day 'in exchange' for making Juneteenth a federal holiday

Columbus Day has been a source of controversy because of the killing and enslavement of indigenous people by European explorers and settlers. → Read More

Tom Tiffany, Wisconsin's newest member of Congress, comes to Washington at a moment of upheaval

After winning a special election in northern Wisconsin May 12, Republican Tom Tiffany has entered Congress at a time of unusual upheaval → Read More

Wisconsin Republicans wary, Democrats alarmed at Trump's suggestion of using military to quell civil unrest

Amid the upheaval over George Floyd's death, Democrats in Congress are rejecting the idea raised by President Donald Trump of using the military to respond to unrest. → Read More