I've got a lot of feedback so I thought I'd recap.
In the October 21st edition of the Milwaukee Catholic Herald this ad appeared on page 8 for Senator Feingold. Senator Feingold is not just pro-choice, but supports partial birth abortions and goes as far as de facto support of infanticide.
About 2 months ago, a group asked if there was an advertising policy in place – ie, are you aware that once you accept a political ad, you have to run the opponent’s, by law – and was told there was no such policy.
Madison Catholic Herald was asked if they run political ads. Mad. CH policy – and Bishop Morlino’s – is not to accept any political ads.
The Milwaukee CH has come under fire before for its lack of foresight regarding the abortion issue. In Dec. 2008, the newspaper published a letter to the editor by a pro-choice nun from Milwaukee stating “God is pro-choice.” http://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2008/dec/08120105.html
The CH has run a number of pro-life articles very recently… Archbishop Listecki’s column on pro-life being the premier social justice issue: http://chnonline.org/herald-of-hope/archbishop-jerome-e-listecki/9808-abortion-is-premier-social-justice-issue.htm
Even though they're not a diocesan org, their executive publisher IS Archb. Listecki, so my(commenter Kat) recommendation is to send a letter or complain. He has the power to say no to all political advertising. It's been a longstanding tradition for the MCH to accept political ads, but it can easily be changed.
A reader recieved this response(quickly) when she contacted Mil Catholic Herald:
Thank you for sharing your views. Before the 2012 election, we will be reconsidering our practice of accepting political advertising.And Anne has her letter and response at her blog.
Please keep the Catholic Press Apostolate in your prayers.