State Senate door-to-door campaign for votes
WXOW | Sunday, Oct. 28
Sen. Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, is bidding for reelection to the 32nd State Senate seat this November.
She and challenger Bill Feehan, a Republican candidate, are walking door-to-door to learn what voters want with the hope to clinch that senate seat.
Wisconsin’s 32nd Senate District Candidates Forum
Wisconsin Public Radio | Thursday, Oct. 25
A political forum featuring candidates in Wisconsin’s 32nd state Senate District, incumbent Jennifer Shilling (D-La Crosse) and challenger Bill Feehan (R-La Crosse). The forum was recorded October 22 in the Wisconsin Public Radio studios in La Crosse.
Shilling, Feehan Square Off at UWL Debate
WXOW | Tuesday, Oct. 23
32ND District Senate Candidates Jennifer Shilling and Bill Feehan debated in front of a packed house at the UW-La Crosse’s Cartwright Center Tuesday night.
Feehan, Shilling spar over path to recovery in testy debate
La Crosse Tribune | Wednesday, Oct. 24
State Sen. Jennifer Shilling squared off against Republican challenger Bill Feehan Tuesday in an often testy debate in which they agreed on the issues facing Wisconsin but offered philosophically different solutions.
A Closer Look at the 32nd Senate Race
WXOW | Wednesday, Oct. 24
Democratic incumbent Jennifer Shilling and Republican Bill Feehan both said their ideas can help small businesses in Wisconsin’s 32nd District at Tuesday night’s Senate Debate.
Feehan draws contrasts with opponent in Wilton
Tomah Journal | Tuesday, Oct. 23
State Senate candidate Bill Feehan drew sharp contrasts with his Democratic opponent during a campaign stop Friday at Pettera’s Country Thyme Cafe in Wilton.
Shilling, Feehan spar in 32nd Senate debate
WKBT | Tuesday, Oct. 23
The candidates in the 32nd State Senate race squared off Tuesday in their only debate. It was held on the UW-La Crosse campus.
Shilling, Feehan matchup key in battle for Wisconsin senate
La Crosse Tribune | Sunday, Oct. 20
In an election that could help determine control of the state Senate, voters in Wisconsin’s 32nd District will chose between a veteran lawmaker swept into power last year in a wave of anger over collective bargaining reforms and a relative newcomer pushed into politics by rising property taxes.
Q&A with candidates Jennifer Shilling and Bill Feehan
La Crosse Tribune | Sunday, Oct. 21