Dissatisfaction with the two-party system, mobility and a different view of politics are features of voters 18 to 35 who make up one-third of the voting age population
Legislative attempts to make it easier for felons to vote almost always fail
An estimated 1 out of every 9 black residents in Wisconsin is ineligible to vote because state law bars felons from voting until all portions of their sentences are served.
Frustrated by Democrats, some white working-class voters turn to Trump
Although polls show Donald Trump trailing Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin, the Republican’s message may appeal to many rural Wisconsin voters, and other working-class whites around the country.
Latinos: Will the ‘sleeping giant’ awaken in time for the Nov. 8 election?
Hispanic voters are poised to flex their political muscles, but a longstanding gap remains between Latinos who can vote and those who will.
Voter ID states, including Wisconsin, have no voter impersonation problem
A News21 investigation shows no voter impersonation fraud; Gov. Scott Walker says even the threat is enough to justify voter ID law.
College students face unique, growing challenges getting to ballot box
Some laws passed over the previous four years, including in Wisconsin, have created barriers for college students hoping to vote in the Nov. 8 election.
Voters in Wisconsin, other states navigate maze of new voting rules
Lawmakers in 20 states, including Wisconsin, have passed 37 new voting requirements to require IDs and restrict early balloting since 2012; court challenges leave rules in some states unsettled.