Endorsed by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Appleton Post Crescent,
St. Paul Pioneer Press and Madison Capital Times
Doyle has received the endorsement of the four of largest newspapers in
the state. In the endorsements,
the newspapers said that:
"Doyle has the
potential and experience to lead Wisconsin. He can provide a good mix
of visionary and practical leadership that will be particularly
critical as the state faces its many problems, including a staggering
deficit of $2.8 billion"
candidate on the ballot, Attorney General Jim Doyle, has the
combination of experience, values and strength of purpose needed to
make the change. Electing Doyle is the essential first step that
Wisconsin must make to begin a process of economic, environmental and
"This is a
time of change in the history of Wisconsin government. The charges
that legislative leaders face bear out that fact. Doyle, who has been
a strong attorney general, has been at his most inspirational when
vowing to fight even his own party’s leaders to ensure that change."
"Wisconsin government needs to throw open the windows, let some air in and boldly re-examine the ways it does business and uses taxpayer dollars. Jim Doyle shows determination to do that, not least by challenging his own party to change. Voters should give him the chance."
enforcement endorses Doyle,
crime-fighting record as AG
statewide law enforcement organizations – the Wisconsin Professional
Police Association (WPPA) and the Wisconsin County Police Association
– endorsed Jim Doyle for governor today, saying he has been “an
outstanding Attorney General and an innovative crime fighter dedicated
to protecting Wisconsin citizens.” See
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‘turn off the spigot’ and stop paying legal fees
called on new legislative leadership to stop payment of lawyers’
fees for legislators and staff members involved in the caucus scandal.
McCallum won’t do the right thing, but the same people who
authorized these fees – the legislative leadership – can stop them.
is time to turn off the spigot and stop these illegal payments."
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sends signed clean campaign pledge to McCallum
tonight’s debate we both made an agreement to run a positive clean
I have attached my clean campaign pledge that I hope you will
agree reaches the spirit of tonight’s debate. "As
candidates for the office of Governor, we agree that the people of
Wisconsin are not best served by negative campaigns.
Instead, we pledge to conduct a campaign that focuses on our
own records, experience and positive vision for the future of