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Posted inElectionsGovernment

Vos Will Most Likely Retain Seat in 63rd Assembly District

Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos looked to be cruising to an easy victory Tuesday over Democratic challenger Andy Mitchell in the 63rd Assembly District. Unofficial results listed on jsonline.com report that 71 percent of the vote has been counted. Vos had 12,582 compared to Mitchell’s 6,034. Vote totals listed on the Racine County website for the Vos-Mitchell […]

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State Budget Woes Could Mean the End of I-94 Project

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos is determined that planned improvements on I-94 will continue despite Gov. Scott Walker directing the state Department of Transportation to cut back on roads spending in Southeast Wisconsin. Vos, R-Rochester, told The Journal Times that he’s “frustrated” with Walker’s position since the project – which includes adding lanes and improving interchanges […]