Elections


Answers to Every Question You Might Have About Wisconsin’s Supreme Court Election(s)

Why are there two election days? Since when do we vote for ‘nonpartisan’ judges? We answer all the questions many are too afraid to ask.

How Wisconsin’s Spring Election Will Impact Your Life for the Next 10+ Years

Wisconsin’s February and April elections will decide the future of reproductive rights, legislative maps, the governor’s powers, and maybe even the results of the 2024 presidential election.  You have the opportunity to change the direction of our state and our country. All you have to do is VOTE.

Why You Should Care About the Upcoming Supreme Court Election

Hold up: Another election? For what? Didn't we just vote?  Yes, yes, and yes. But here's why you should vote this spring, even if it'll be your first time! Here's why...

This April 28, 2021, file photo shows the US Capitol building in Washington. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)
We May Not Know Who Controls the US House and Senate for a Few Days—or Even Weeks

Control of the two chambers of Congress will come down to mail ballots that are still being counted in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and Oregon—and possibly a December Senate run-off election in Georgia.

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Here Are 3 Takeaways from the 2022 Election and 3 Things to Watch

Democracy is a journey, so the work will ramp up again shortly to plan for races in 2023 and 2024.

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The Biggest ‘Winner’ of the 2022 Midterms? Women.

Both Democrats and Republicans are celebrating historic victories for Latino women, LGBTQ+ women, and all women. Period.

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Veterans Group Blasts Last-Minute Republican Effort to Block Counting of Military Ballots

The lawsuit seeking to discount military votes comes from the Republican conspiracy theorist who chairs the Assembly Elections committee—and disgraced elections “investigator” Michael Gableman.