A federal court ruled Monday that Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn legislative districts were unconstitutional, a major victory for state Democrats after losses at the polls on Election Day two weeks ago.
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UW System schools employ the equivalent of 830 fewer full-time staff members compared to October 2014, according to a report submitted Thursday to the state’s Joint Finance Committee.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald was re-elected to a record fifth term Thursday, after helping to lead legislative Republicans to their biggest majorities in several decades.
Hours after her shocking defeat to Republican Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton formally conceded the presidential race in a speech to supporters Wednesday.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton entered the night as the favorite to win the White House.
State Rep. Jesse Kremer, R-Kewaskum, said in a blog post that “there is an additional tool that state lawmakers have been denying parents and schools–the ability to utilize concealed carry if they so choose.”
College affordability has become a hot-button issue this campaign, with both candidates spending more time talking about reducing rising student debt loads and tuition rates than President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney did four years ago.
Each week, The Daily Cardinal will be taking a look at down-ballot races throughout the state. This week, we visit the 51st Assembly District in southwestern Wisconsin, where incumbent Todd Novak and educator Jeff Wright face off.
Donald Trump told voters in Eau Claire Tuesday that they should change their early vote to support his campaign after the FBI reopened an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server while as Secretary of State.
Declining levels of state funding pose a potentially fatal threat for public higher education, Louisiana State University President F. King Alexander told a group of faculty, students and researchers Friday.
Three Wisconsin congressmen are calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to monitor elections in the state after concern about the state’s voter ID law.
UW-Madison undergraduate Selina Armenta has lived in Wisconsin for most of her life, moving with family from Mexico during her childhood. She has experienced frigid midwest winters, Packers football and the typical challenges of life as an American teenager.
The state’s biennial budget might seem complicated, but it has very real effects for the students, faculty, administration and staff that make up the UW System. In the last round, they were forced to absorb a $250 million cut that changed the experiences of students across the state. As the next budget looms, follow The Daily Cardinal’s series on what it could hold for key UW players.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is holding on to a lead over Republican Donald Trump in Wisconsin, according to a Monmouth University poll of the state released Wednesday.
Fifty-two-year-old Witte Residence Hall will receive a $47 million renovation, after approval Wednesday from the State Building Commission.
Each week, The Daily Cardinal will be taking a look at down-ballot races throughout the state. This week we travel to central Wisconsin, where incumbent Republican Luther Olsen and Democrat Brian Smith are running to represent the 14th state Senate District.
UW-Madison released details Monday of two cases of meningococcal disease found on campus last week, announcing that the students contracted a relatively rare form of the disease.
A top state Republican announced he is sticking by Republican nominee Donald Trump, despite vulgar comments made by the business mogul in an 11-year-old video released last week.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., visited Madison Friday in an effort to rally younger voters around Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold.
ELKHORN, Wis.—Fallout from a vulgar tape showing comments made by Republican nominee Donald Trump continued Saturday morning, with many Republican lawmakers reneging on their endorsement of the business mogul.