Stories tagged: "voting rights"


20 Black Men & Women Who Shaped Wisconsin History

From the first slaves fighting for freedom to the modern day leaders rallying for change, Black people have positively and permanently changed the Badger state. This Black History Month, we're sharing their stories.

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...

From How Long You’ll Spend at Your Polling Place to When You Can Expect Results–All Your Election Day Questions, Answered

Four in five Wisconsinites voted in 2020, and although midterm election have historically lower turnout, a record number of people have already cast their ballots. Nov. 8 is your last chance to vote, and we are answering all your last-minute questions.

‘Likely’ Voters Favor Republicans. ‘Registered’ Voters Favor Democrats in New Poll.

With less than one month until the midterms, Wisconsin's latest poll is painting a clearer picture of what could happen. Well, kind of. Here are some of the biggest takeaways from October's Marquette Law School poll.

Here’s Why the Wisconsin’s Attorney General’s Race Is so Important

Scroll through these nine graphics and you’ll be able to explain to your friends why they shouldn’t skip over this important statewide race between Democrat Josh Kaul and Republican Eric Toney.

3 Ways to Support Wisconsin’s Latino Population Before Hispanic Heritage Month Ends

Latino or not, here are three ways you can observe Hispanic Heritage Month 2022 before it ends!

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.