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Capital City Sunday: Tony Evers & Josh Pade for Governor Video included

This Week on Capital City Sunday: Tony Evers says he will bring down Scott Walker in November if he wins the primary. Plus, he defends former Secretary of Department of Corrections Ed Wall's tell-all book "Unethical." Josh Pade (D) explains why he entered the race for governor.   


Capital City Sunday: Matt Flynn and UW Expert Ryan Owens

Democratic Candidate for Governor Matt Flynn and UW Political Science Expert Ryan Owens will be our guests this Sunday.  


Capital City Sunday: Sen. Vukmir responds to opponents comments on veterans, "Iron Stash" Randy Bryce

This week on Capital City Sunday: U.S. Senate Candidate Leah Vukmir responds to her Republican opponent Kevin Nicholson's remarks about veterans who are democrats. Plus, Randy Bryce running for House Speaker Paul Ryan's seat discusses his campaign and defends not paying child support.


Capital City Sunday: CBD Oil debate ends, Mahlon Mitchell for Governor

This week on Capital City Sunday:  The Department of Justice reversed a decision and now said it’s okay for those who own a license to grow hemp to make CBD Oil. This move follows a meeting with Attorney General Brad Schimel, state lawmakers and farm industry experts. We sit down and talk to Rob Richard from the Farm Bureau Federation about just how big this industry will get. Plus, the only African American running for Governor Mahlon Mitchell talks about his campaign. More>>

Capital City Sunday: Jon Plumer, running for 42nd AD, Weekly roundup with Reporters Roundtable

MADISON (WKOW) -- This week on Capital City Sunday:  Jon Plumer, a Republican running for the 42nd Assembly seat open in the legislator. Plumer talks how unique it's been running in a special election and his openness to increase gas tax for transportation funds. Pus, a weekly roundup of the biggest stories out of the Capitol with veteran reporters Scott Bauer with the Associated Press and Patrick Marley from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. We break down GOP con...


Capital City Sunday: Bryan Steil, Ann Groves Lloyd and Jim Palmer

This week on Capital City Sunday: Two candidates running on the ballot, one for congress the other in June's special election. GOP front-runner Bryan Steil responds to  critisim that he's "a rubber stamp" for Washington.


Capital City Sunday: Former Senator Tim Cullen, and Dems for Governor

We breakdown the 2018 elections. Who will be the Republican frontrunner to take over for House Speaker Paul Ryan's seat. Also 12 minutes of oral arguments in the Supreme Court Case on gerrymandering costs taxpayers thousands. We also talk to the latest democrat announcing a run for governor, liberal radio host Mike Crute.   


Capital City Sunday: U.S. Senate Candidate Kevin Nicholson and Attorney General Brad Schimel Video included

MADISON (WKOW) -- Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson explains his track record, business background, tariffs and paying down debt. Plus, Attorney General Brad Schimel discusses $100 million school safety proposal, backlog of rape kits and Wisconsin's voter ID law.


Capital City Sunday: Speaker Ryan is out; Cathy Myers talks campaign

It's official: U.S House Speaker Paul Ryan is out of the race for the 1st Congressional seat.  


Capital City Sunday: Election aftermath as Republicans gear up to defeat "blue wave"

Wisconsin will soon be making history with the highest percentage of females on the supreme court. Plus we break down the elections with our reporter's roundtable.


Women running for governor, special election controversy on Capital City Sunday

This week on Capital City Sunday: Two women running for governor, Kelda Roys and Sen. Kathleen Vinehout. Plus, we sit down with Rep. Joel Kitchens. 


The Supreme Court candidates: Judge Michael Screnock and Judge Rebecca Dallet

Capital Bureau Chief Emilee Fannon talks with Judge Michael Screnock and Judge Rebecca Dallet about their campaigns, negative ads and why they deserve to sit on the highest court.


Easing drug testing rules and stronger liquor regulations this week on Capital City Sunday

This week, discussion of the massive juvenile justice reform bill and the closing of Lincoln Hills as well as the "liquor czar" proposal.


Christine Whelan on New Year's resolutions

Capital City Sunday takes a look back at some of the biggest stories to break in 2017 and discusses how to keep New Year resolutions.


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