Evers: Should we expect more people to stay safe and vote from home? “Hell, yes!”
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.
Women associated with various League of Women Voters locations across the state describe what it takes to boost civic participation.
Wisconsin’s most prominent pollster gives his theories on why presidential election polls were so wrong in 2016 and 2020.
No “both parties are the same” false equivalency this time. Ballots were cast with fervor for Biden or Trump.
Recent upgrades made possible through Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act grant.
Trump won Wisconsin after sharply lower Democratic turnout in 2016.
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