Wisconsin voters go to the polls today in a recall election of six Republicans in the state Senate. Maureen Martin, senior fellow for legal affairs at The Heartland Institute, has been closely monitoring and writing about the state’s raucous politics since Gov. Scott Walker’s stand-off with public employees garnered national attention.
Martin is a former political reporter and a Wisconsin resident. She is also a former election judge, an active poll-watcher in Wisconsin, and a columnist for the Green Lake Reporter. She has written extensively about the 2011 Walker budget bill and related issues for Wisconsin publications statewide. Her opinion pieces on the Wisconsin Supreme Court have been published nationwide, including two in The Wall Street Journal.
To book Martin for your program and speak to her for attribution in your coverage of the recall, contact her directly at [email protected] or 920/295-6032. You can also contact Tammy Nash at [email protected] or 312/377-4000. After regular business hours, contact Heartland’s director of communications, Jim Lakely, at [email protected] or 312-731-9364.
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