Outside spending to boost former Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly now outpaces pro-Janet Protasiewicz spending as the April 4 election looms
Small number of cases shows why election officials say Wisconsin’s disorganized system for tracking those adjudicated ‘incompetent’ to vote needs a legislative fix.
What people with criminal convictions should know about voting rights in Wisconsin.
The Joint Finance Committee has long allowed members to anonymously block projects, but some want to rein in its dubious practice of not holding hearings
Prosecutors charged just 192 people with election-related crimes since 2012, but more than half of the cases were related to felony probation status
The state Department of Safety and Professional Services amassed a $47 million surplus — and agency call center service plummeted — while the Legislature rebuffed Gov. Tony Evers’ asks for more help
Gerrymandering continues to present a problem for Democrats and democracy in Wisconsin, but Republicans are unlikely to address the issue anytime soon.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers beats Republican challenger Tim Michels; GOP U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson wins re-election bid against Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes.
Voters spend just a few minutes to cast their votes, but their ballots will live much longer — and their paths before and after Election Day are carefully documented.
As they try to win enough seats for a supermajority to override a governor’s veto, most Republicans don’t even mention ‘election integrity’ on their websites
More than a dozen bills wait in the wings in case the Republican Party takes full control of state government.
The ‘parental rights’ movement is upending school board races, leading to book banning — and a growing sense of dread among the small number of children who are gay or transgender