Results tagged with 'election'
Published Sept. 20, 2016
The upcoming election is the first presidential face-off since Wisconsin instituted a controversial voter ID law considered one of the nation's most restrictive. Looking to determine its effects, Madison365 reports a comprehensive study of the 2016 election is set.
Published Aug. 23, 2016
Whether or not the party's current standard-bearer is a true believer, it's still just flatly false that Republican leadership would be better for African-Americans. The GOP has had its chance to help black voters, and they have chosen not to do so.
Published June 21, 2016
You can name any of 100 issues that divide Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, but if I had to choose one that is most representative of the difference between the two, both as people and as candidates, climate change would be at the top of the list.
Published June 16, 2016
#BernieOrBust fans think losing in November will bring about some epiphany in the Democratic Party, something about how now they'll "listen to the people." However, that's not reality. Those who suffer will, of course, be those most vulnerable.
Published May 6, 2016
Consider this John Mumper's official endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president. He certainly didn't think it would come to this. Endorse Hillary? What on Earth? A vote for a third-party choice isn't going to be enough repudiation of Trump conservatism.
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Statement from Beth Lueck, write-in candidate for WI Senate District 8:
I am running a write-in campaign as a Democrat against Alberta Darling in Senate District 8.
My goal is to return integrity and civility to the state Legislature.
In the proud tradition of Wisconsin progressi...
"Wait for what? Wait until when?" Israeili Prime Minister Benjamin NetanyahuThis quotation, coupled with the evacuation of the Canadian embassy in Tehran, is a sign that the Israeli government has decided to bomb Iran's nuclear facilities soon, probably in October...
Do you wish you could vote against all the presidential candidates, including the minor party ones? A 1978 Nevada law gave voters the option of voting for "None of the Above" (hereinafter "None") in all elections, including presidential. In 1998 over 8,...
With nearly 55% of the vote, Republican Gov. Scott Walker has become the first governor in US history to survive a recall election. All four Republican state senators targeted for recall also retained their seats June 5. The Democratic Party of Wisconsin, which won th...
One week from tomorrow, February 21, the voters of Milwaukee will narrow the field of candidates for mayor from three to two. Here are your choices:Tom Barrett, the incumbent Mayor, has held elective office for all but two years since 1984. He won his pre...
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