Thursday, March 31, 2011

Superior Wis, No Media Bias Here

No Bias here.

Court vote will gauge state’s political mood | Superior Telegram | Superior, Wisconsin:

 "Published March 30, 2011, 07:00 AM
Court vote will gauge state’s political mood

Get involved A Kloppenburg Early Vote Rally runs 3-5 p.m. today at the corner of Hammond Avenue and Belknap Street. The event includes music and guest speakers.

By: By Ted Sullivan/The Janesville Gazette, Superior Telegram"

In what is normally a sleepy race, the Wisconsin Supreme Court election has taken center stage in the debate over collective bargaining, public employees and the state budget.

Incumbent Justice David Prosser, 68, a former Republican lawmaker, is seen as part of a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, although he told the Gazette his record shows he is in the center.

Assistant Attorney General JoAnne Kloppenburg, 57, is viewed as someone aligned with the left, but she told the Gazette she would be nonpartisan, independent and impartial.

The way you see it is the way this was posted in the online edition. Notice the paper threw in the 3-5pm the edition from yesterday. The article is from Janesville but the paper just had to help the unions in Superior. Naw, no media bias here.

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