Stories by Brendan Fischer

Brendan Fischer is general counsel for the Center for Media and Democracy, publisher of PR Watch. subscribe to Brendan Fischer's feed

Posted on: Jun 27, 2012, Source: PR Watch

"Small businesses don't give multi-million-dollar contributions."

Posted on: Jun 19, 2012, Source: PR Watch

Wisconsin's political drama continues, as top GOP donors accuse young voters of fraud amid a state senate recount.

Posted on: Jun 3, 2012, Source: AlterNet

The roots of the Tuesday's special election recall election unexpectedly began last winter.

Posted on: May 28, 2012, Source: PR Watch

The spokesperson for the Koch Brothers' anti-union crusade claims their efforts are not on behalf of any candidate.

Posted on: May 8, 2012, Source: AlterNet

Scott Walker's 2010 opponent gets a rematch, as protester's candidate will face the GOP Lt. Governor.

Posted on: May 4, 2012, Source: PR Watch

Wisconsin's embattled Republican governor is supported by a who's who of wealthy right-wing donors.

Posted on: May 1, 2012, Source: PR Watch

Michigan's Koch-Funded Mackinac Center Is Bringing Wisconsin Act 10 Provisions to ALEC's spring meeting.

Posted on: Apr 17, 2012, Source: PR Watch

ALEC disbands task force responsible for Stand Your Ground, voter ID, prison privatization, AZ's anti-immigrant law SB 1070.

Posted on: Mar 23, 2012, Source: AlterNet

Wisconsin's populist rebellion came after state GOP leaders attacked workers' rights and dignity.

Posted on: Feb 28, 2012, Source: AlterNet

The embattled Wisconsin governor has now turned to groups known for intimidating voters.

Posted on: Feb 9, 2012, Source: PR Watch

The non-profit founded by the oil billionaire injects $700,000 to retain the embattled Wisconsin governor, possibly violating various laws on political activities.

Posted on: Feb 5, 2012, Source: AlterNet

The embattled Wisconsin governor hires two young Republicans who are veterans of no-holds-barred campaigns and propaganda efforts.

Posted on: Jan 30, 2012, Source: PR Watch

The latest effort to police voting in South Carolina comes after the Justice Department rejected the state's new voter ID law.