Whether it’s the first 100 days or the first 10 days, a new administration is likely to change the trajectory of the vaccine rollout, COVID relief, and other issues affecting the state.
Slow pace that is driving divisive political rhetoric could change when President-elect Joe Biden takes office, launching $20 billion national vaccination program to vaccinate 100 million people in first 100 days.
Evers delivers a sigh of relief during an Electoral College vote held minutes after the state Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit from President Trump.
Swing Justice Brian Hagedorn gives little indication of his leaning in the state case. Simultaneously, a judge dismisses president's federal lawsuit.
President Donald Trump gets handed yet another loss in his war on the election.
Judge Brett Ludwig, a Trump appointee, notes the president filed no complaints about the system prior to Election Day—which he lost.
Eau Claire native Chris Van Es says she and other Obama-era figures are also “crisis tested” and ready to help President-elect Biden.
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