University of Wisconsin-Madison students lined up at Memorial Union and Union South this morning to vote in the midterm elections. Several students said their motivations to vote were rooted in the several issues addressed by candidates.
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As Wisconsin approaches Tuesday’s midterm elections with competitive races for Governor and U.S. Senate, Milwaukee’s suburban communities could decide the state’s political balance for years to come.
Wisconsin Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels said he would support an abortion ban that includes exceptions for rape and incest in a radio interview last Friday, a reversal from his previous stance against these abortion ban exceptions for most of his political career.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin re-introduced the Go Pack Go Act on Sept. 6, which, if passed, would ensure Wisconsinites in out-of-state TV networks are able to watch every Green Bay Packers football game.
Tim Michels defeated former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch in Wisconsin’s Republican gubernatorial primary election Tuesday, dealing a blow to the state’s conservative establishment.
Election information for UW-Madison students is available at vote.wisc.edu. For more information on ballots, registration or polling places regarding the Aug. 9 partisan primary, visit www.myvote.wi.com.
I am frustrated and embarrassed. Why can’t we pass common sense gun legislation like a real democracy? Most Americans recognize that their children’s safety is under attack without strict gun control. Yet, our governments have failed to deliver.
The relentless political rhetoric around mask mandates has shifted our focus away from the actual problem. There are countless stories about heated school board fights over whether or not masks should be an issue of student choice. Pandemic precautions have become more about an individual's stance on freedom than what most of us prioritize in principle: people's health.
Most American universities do not have the privilege to use affirmative action because they do not need to reject many students to meet their target class size. These schools admit most of the students who apply so their student body diversity is reflective of their immediate geography.
In the wake of the creation of the University of Austin, a university that will pride itself on providing an “unbiased” education to their students, professors around the country have critiqued this methodology. The founders of this new university have posed a problem with the ways other universities educate their students, citing a lack of differentiated political opinions amongst professors as an issue.