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CMS Energy Corp. warned its customers Tuesday about a scam in which people pretending to represent the power company call and demand that bills be quickly paid over the phone.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democrat Mary Burke tapped $400,000 of her own money on the way toward raising nearly $1.8 million in the opening months of her effort to knock off Republican Gov. Scott Walker, Burke's campaign said Thursday.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has raised more than $25 million to defend his job, drawing heavily from prominent Republican players outside the state and dwarfing the amounts raised by his Democratic challengers.
A year after his showdown with labor protesters, Wisconsin governor Scott Walker has become one of the most sought-after figures in the Republican Party, keeping a jet-setting travel schedule more akin to a presidential candidate than a governor trying to survive a recall challenge.
What might have been a quiet race for state-level political office in a region best known for dairy farms has been transformed into a battle more expensive than any Wisconsin residents have seen.