Gov. Tony Evers released a legislation package Tuesday intended to alleviate the worsening COVID-19 pandemic in Wisconsin as the state recorded its highest single-day death toll.
More than a dozen counties and municipalities in Wisconsin voted in favor of an advisory referendum for a nonpartisan redistricting process on Nov. 3.
A lawsuit filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in Green Bay seeks to throw out votes cast in Milwaukee, Dane and Menominee counties.
Gov. Tony Evers’ administration will not place the annual holiday tree in the Capitol rotunda this year as the building remains closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“You taste the gas, you smell the gas, you feel the gas”: Banned in warfare but not in riots, why activists are questioning the use of tear gasBy Nathan Denzin | Nov. 15, 2020
Protest was at the front of everyone’s mind this summer, as police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor stirred up a movement for racial and social justice with a magnitude not seen in 80 years.
New 'critically high' category on DHS COVID-19 dashboard reflects growing severity of pandemic in WisconsinBy Hope Karnopp | Nov. 13, 2020
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services added a “critically high” category to their disease activity dashboard Wednesday, reflecting a surge of COVID-19 activity in the state.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) corrected misinformation surrounding the election on Tuesday and said that no systemic or widespread election issues occurred. Republican lawmakers are planning an investigation into the election.
Gov. Tony Evers held a primetime address Tuesday night to rally for unity over Wisconsin’s COVID-19 response and announce a new executive order that encourages Wisconsinites to stay home, but doesn’t add new restrictions.
Assembly Speaker Robin J. Vos, R-Racine, directed a committee on ___to use its investigatory powers to review the recent election in the state of Wisconsin, expressing concerns about potential voter fraud due to mail-in ballots.
Gov. Tony Evers encouraged Wisconsinites to start planning virtual holiday gatherings and to limit gatherings to immediate family or household members in a radio address Thursday.
Wisconsin flipped blue in this election as former Vice President Joe Biden won the state by a razor-thin 20,000 vote margin, matching President Trump's margin of victory in 2016.
Wisconsin voters turned out in record numbers Tuesday, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, but officials are actively preparing for a recount as President Trump signals he will challenge Biden’s narrow victory by only a 0.6 percent margin.
With almost all precincts reporting, it appears Wisconsin Democrats have stopped Republicans from securing a veto-proof supermajority in the state legislature.
Former Vice President Joe Biden was declared the winner of Wisconsin in the presidential election by the Associated Press Wednesday afternoon, after a record setting 3.2 million votes were cast in the state.
All seven of Wisconsin’s incumbent congressional representatives — four Republicans and three Democrats — won reelection Tuesday night, and Republicans were able to hold the 5th congressional district seat left by outgoing U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner.
Election officials do not expect to know which presidential candidate will win Wisconsin before early tomorrow morning. Milwaukee’s vote count, which could significantly shift the results, is not expected before 5 a.m. Wednesday.
President Donald Trump traveled to Kenosha for a last-minute rally on the eve of Election Day, as Wisconsin figures to be a key battleground state heading into the 2020 presidential election.
As Election Day looms, nearly 1.9 million absentee ballots have been returned in Wisconsin as of Monday morning — about 63 percent of the state’s voting total in 2016.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden held two very different campaign events in a COVID-19-wracked Wisconsin Friday, each to appeal to the state’s voters just days ahead of the election.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul announced Tuesday that he joined a coalition of 22 state attorneys general in opposing a proposed Department of Homeland Security rule that would set time limits on student visas.