Results tagged with 'voting'
Published Nov. 6, 2014
Everyone is talking about the roughly 56 percent of the registered voters as some kind of wonderful record. What Dave Begel sees there is that nearly half the eligible voters in Wisconsin didn't even bother. He would make voting mandatory in Wisconsin.
Published Oct. 23, 2014
The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the Wisconsin voter ID law. Wisconsin voters will not need to show IDs to vote on Nov. 4, reports Milwaukee Neighborhood New Service's Andrea Waxman.
Published April 2, 2013
Voter turn-out will likely be smaller than usual because there aren't a lot of "sexy" races today. No candidates for governor, mayor or county executive to elect. Most city aldermen aren't running either.
Published Nov. 28, 2012
On the Friday before the Nov. 6 election, I spoke with two prominent members of the Wisconsin Republican Party who were downright giddy about the prospects for their nominee. I have since heard from several conservative friends, who stood slackjawed in disbelief as the election returns rolled in state by brutal state on that Tuesday night.
Published Nov. 6, 2012
There is only one story that each network and local news outlet will be providing team coverage on, and it started this morning.
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"Vote for someone that looks like you." State Rep. Elizabeth Coggs (1)She is seeking the Democratic nomination for State Senator for the 6th District, to succeed her cousin Spencer Coggs, who is now Milwaukee City Treasurer. If I were to take her advice in the August 14 prim...
I could spew all the standard quotes and lingo about the importance of voting in general – that it is your right or duty, that we owe it to the men and women that fight for our country, that minorities especially should take advantage of this area they can have a voice in – but since ...
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