Stories tagged: "2022"


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5 Things to Do When Your Adventure-Loving Friend Visits Wisconsin for the First Time

When you ask someone who hasn’t been to Wisconsin what they know about our state, most can easily list the Packers, cheese, Jeffrey Dahmer, and dairy farms. But Wisconsin is home to so much more– especially for outdoor enthusiasts. While we don’t have oceans or mountains, we compensate with two Great Lakes, countless rivers, and an abundance of trails. 

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5 of the Most Unique Wisconsin Airbnbs to Book This Fall

Finding the time to research and plan a trip this time of year can be challenging. Luckily, you don’t have to look far to find a picturesque fall escape in your own backyard. Here are some of the most best Airbnbs to book right now in Wisconsin. 

From Restoring Reproductive Freedom to Saving Social Security: Democrat Mandela Barnes, on How He’d Improve Your Life

Sleeves rolled up to expose his fully-tattooed forearms, Mandela Barnes looks straight into the laptop his team propped up on a stool in his campaign headquarters. “Ready to go,” he says, with an enthusiastic nod and clap of his hands. We're printing this interview exactly as it happened, transcribed word-for-word. We believe this transparency is important, to prove we have no agenda, other than to hold our public officials accountable for the actions they've taken while representing you.

Are We Really That Scary? Why Pollsters are Running from Wisconsin Ahead of the 2022 Midterms

While other “Battlegrounds” have seen 30+ polls, only 10 have come out of the Badger State.

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Wisconsin’s Attorney General is on the Ballot This Fall. But What Does He Do?

Abortion rights, public safety, the climate crisis, and more are on the ballot this November. So are Tony Evers and Tim Michels, plus Ron Johnson and Mandela Barnes. But another, often overlooked race, can have just as big of an impact on your life as who we send to the Governor’s Mansion or the US Capitol.

FILE - Eric Toney, the Fond du Lac County district attorney and a Republican candidate for attorney general, speaks on April 12, 2022, at a news conference in the state Capitol in Madison, Wis. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer, File)
‘Throwing the Book at Ordinary People’: Republican Attorney General Candidate Eric Toney is Prosecuting Voters Over Innocent Mistakes

The Fond du Lac County district attorney has charged five people with felonies for putting a wrong address on their voter registration. If elected, he could target voters statewide.

FILE - In this May 9, 2019 file photo, Josh Kaul, Wisconsin's attorney general, sits in his Capitol office conference room in Madison, Wis. (AP Photo/Todd Richmond File)
Josh Kaul Defended Wisconsin Voters in 2020. He’s Running to Protect Them Again in 2024.

“It’s critical that we continue having an Attorney General we can count on to stand up for the will of the voters and our democracy in 2024, no matter the result," Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul told UpNorthNews.