A whistleblower at the embattled Tomah VA Medical Center emerged in last year’s campaign as a blistering voice faulting former Sen. Russ Feingold’s oversight of the center, where failures in care for veterans was found to have contributed to their deaths.

Now Ryan Honl says he’s gunning for another Democratic politician he feels failed to respond to red flags at Tomah: U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin of Madison, who’s seeking re-election next fall.

“My unfinished business is seeing Tammy Baldwin ... head to the private sector like Russ Feingold,” Honl said in an interview last week. More

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