State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski is seen speaking at the state Capitol in this file photo from March, 2020. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
Legislator: Secretary of State Sarah Godlewski’s Vocal Support for Free Elections Is Needed as Deniers Run Rampant

Critics said Godlewski’s recent comments could create confusion. Her supporters say her leadership plays a key role in the counterattack against the misinformation still being peddled by Trump supporters.

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Here Are Two More Wisconsin Examples About the Importance of Voting

After thousands of ballots were cast, a city council race in Madison ended in a tie—and one in Milwaukee resulted in a near-tie.

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Mixed Results for School Referendums Across Wisconsin—and Another Reminder of How Every Vote Matters

Only about 50% of school referendums seeking to exceed budget limits enacted by the Republican-controlled Legislature passed last week. Voters were more approving of bonds allowing schools to take on new debt to fund projects.

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The Big Election Is Over. What’s Next?

A push for a completely new map of legislative and congressional districts. A dimmer future for the state’s 1849 abortion ban. And activists imploring Wisconsinites to stay engaged and get involved.

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Trump Makes Himself 2 Inches Taller In Fake Mugshot That Fundraises Off Arrest

In the days following former president Donald Trump’s indictment, solicitations from his 2024 joint fundraising committee began. The committee has reportedly raised $7 million so far.

Record Voter Turnout Spurs Protasiewicz To Victory In Supreme Court Race

Conservatives lose control of the court after15 years, but a GOP win in one special election could lead to the Legislature attempting to impeach Gov. Tony Evers and other officials

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10 Things Wisconsin Voters Will Decide on Tuesday Along With the Next Supreme Court Justice

Spring elections include another batch of local referendums due to restrictions on school boards from legislative Republicans.