An absentee ballot for the upcoming presidential election. (Photo by Pat Kreitlow)
WI Law Says You Decide If You Qualify for Absentee Ballots. The GOP Wants to Decide for You.

Evers: Should we expect more people to stay safe and vote from home? “Hell, yes!”

Stewart Karge, an attorney for the Trump campaign, raises procedural objections Friday morning to the Milwaukee County Board of Canvassers during the county's recount. (Photo by Jonathon Sadowski)
WI Recount Critics Say Trump Is Trying to Litigate Himself Into a Second Term

Since Friday’s start of the recount, Trump’s legal team has filed a litany of objections, laying the groundwork to challenge potentially hundreds of thousands, or even millions, of ballots in court.

The League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County’s Comité por el Voto Latino/Latinx Voter Outreach Committee promotes its "Your Vote is Your Voice" campaign. (Photo provided by the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin)
League of Women Voters Changed Methods in 2020. The Result Was Record Turnout in Wisconsin.

Women associated with various League of Women Voters locations across the state describe what it takes to boost civic participation.

Charles Franklin, director of the Marquette Law School Poll, speaks in a Wednesday virtual luncheon hosted by the Milwaukee Milwaukee Press Club. Franklin gave a postmortem of polling errors in Wisconsin for the 2020 presidential election and talked about why virtually every poll seems to miss a significant segment of Donald Trump's supporters. (Screenshot)
Why Were Polls So Wrong? One Pollster Thinks the Answer Lies With Trump.

Wisconsin’s most prominent pollster gives his theories on why presidential election polls were so wrong in 2016 and 2020.

Voters cast their ballots last November at the Zwingli United Church of Christ in the Dane County community of Paoli. (Photo by Andy Manis/Getty Images)
For Wisconsin Voters, This Election Was a Clear Choice… for Their Candidate

No “both parties are the same” false equivalency this time. Ballots were cast with fervor for Biden or Trump.

Clerk Mary Price stands outside the 109-year-old Perry Town Hall. Located in a rural corner of Dane County, Wis., its population is 670. (Photo by Susan Lampert Smith)
Rural Perry’s Only Polling Site Finally Gets Internet and Toilet for Election Day

Recent upgrades made possible through Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act grant.

Wisconsin Treasurer Sarah Godlewski, left, urges people to vote during a stop in Eau Claire with US Sen. Tammy Baldwin. The duo made appearances earlier in the day in Green Bay and Wausau. (Photo by Julian Emerson).
Baldwin and Top Democrats Make Final Voter Turnout Push to Avoid 2016 Repeat

Trump won Wisconsin after sharply lower Democratic turnout in 2016.